Cadbury Roses are a line of machine-wrapped chocolates manufactured by Cadbury. They were assumed to be called after the English packaging equipment business "Rose Brothers" situated in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, who produced and supplied the machines that wrapped the chocolates when they were introduced in the UK in 1938.
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