In a world premiere, Cadbury Dairy Milk has launched the very first Cadbury Dairy Milk milk chocolate 3D Printer the brand is Ekocycle, in celebration of World Chocolate Day on July 7, 2019.
From World Chocolate Day, Cadbury Dairy Milk will ofer Melburnians the chance to be among the first to take away their very own personal selection of 3D printed chocolate pieces from a special range of charms – a variety of intricate finely printed chocolates, built from layer upon layer of delicious Cadbury Dairy Milk milk chocolate.
By visiting the Cadbury Dairy Milk 3D Chocolate Printer at MYER Chadstone, Melbournians will be able to purchase 3D printed Cadbury Dairy Milk milk chocolate charms. A selection of letters, shapes and iconic Australian symbols like kangaroos and thongs will be available to choose from.
Cadbury has a long history of innovation, from the brand’s foundation in Bourneville, United Kingdom. The first Cadbury Factory, built in 1879, became known for its pioneering facilities. Translating to the current day, Cadbury is delighted to have created the world’s first Cadbury Dairy Milk 3D chocolate printer in the UK. This unique printer has made the trip to the other side of the world for its debut in Melbourne for World Chocolate Day.
The World’s First Cadbury Dairy Milk 3D Printer will utilise 3d printing london technology to print 3D objects made entirely from
Cadbury Dairy Milk milk chocolate. The 3D printed charms are created via computer, going through a program that enables the charm to be created.
This opportunity is available while stocks last, from World Chocolate Day on 7 July, to 28 July 2019.
The World’s First Cadbury Dairy Milk milk chocolate 3D printed charms will start from $8.00 for a set of two, or $15.00 for a set of four charms.