Australians Unanimously Agree That Moro Deserves To Exist Outside Of The Favourites Box — The Betoota Advocate

Australians Unanimously Agree That Moro Deserves To Exist Outside Of The Favourites Box — The Betoota Advocate

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A recent survey of confectionary enthusiasts has found that the ‘Moro’ chocolate bar holds up on it’s own, and deserves to be available as an individual choccie at the front counter of the servo or woolies.

For years, the Morro has only existed as the completely unmarketed black-wrapper addition to the greater Cadbury Favourites stable.

However, this new report conducted by the ACA (Australian Choccie Alliance) has found that the chocolate coated whipped nougat and caramel centre is a real hit with the general public.

Of the 3 million Australians surveyed, 95% said they word support the decision for Cadbury to release a limited edition Favourites box with only Moro bars.

98% said the Moro vastly outperforms the supermarket darling ‘Picnic’ – despite the relentless ad campaigns promoting a peanut-riddled allergy trap.

However, the most controversial findings of the report indicate that a vast majority of consumers believe the Moro may even be an equal of it’s American equivalent, the icon Mars Bar.

75% of Australians believe that their is literally not difference between the two – except for a notable extra chewiness that comes with the Moro.

While Kiwis will likely respond to this report with claims that they have sold the Moro individually for decades, it should be noted that this delicious treat would be lost on New Zealanders, whose taste buds have been permanently damaged by that perverted L&P soft drink they all guzzle.

Author: Stephen Bailey