Cadbury settles controversial chocolate debate

Cadbury has sparked controversy by confirming for once and for all where chocolate should be stored. It was Kyle Sandilands' manager, Bruno Bouchet, of all people who reached out to the confectionary company on Twitter to ask them the age-old question.


Bouchet, who refers to himself as the ‘List King’ on Instagram, caused debate when he shared a list of what he believes does and does not belong in the fridge. While many followers took offence to him deeming chocolate belonged in the pantry, I'm more concerned about the butter and eggs being in the pantry. That shit needs refrigeration.

Cadbury were quick to confirm Bouchet was correct.


"Chocolate should always be stored in a slightly cool, dry, dark place such as a pantry or cupboard less than 21 degrees Celsius to ensure the quality isn't compromised," a spokesman for Cadbury wrote on Twitter.


Despite the news coming from an official source, many followers still weren't happy with the response, saying it was impossible in Australia to find anywhere but the fridge that was consistently 21 degrees.

Chocolate expert, Luke Owen Smith, came to Cadbury's defence saying even in a heat wave chocolate shouldn't be stored in the fridge.


So there you have it, put your chocolate in the fridge!