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Bournvita[1] is a brand of malted and chocolate malt drink mixes manufactured by Cadbury, a subsidiary of Mondelez International.[2][3][4] It is sold in [5] and North America, as well as India,[2] Nepal, Bangladesh, Nigeria,[5]Africa, Benin and Togo. Bournvita was developed in England in the late 1920s and was marketed as a health food.[4][6][7] The original recipe included full-cream milk, fresh eggs, malt and chocolate.[a] It was first manufactured and sold in Australia in 1933.[9] Bournvita was discontinued in the UK market in 2008. The drink was named by Cadbury which was derived from Bournville, the model village which is the site of the Cadbury factory (Bourn + Vita). It was first sold in India in 1948, the same year Cadbury India was established.[10]

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  1. ^ "Bournvita is a little more complicated. The cocoa is mixed with malt, glucose, sugar and egg, the resultant 'goo' being pumped into a continuous vacuum band drier. When dried the result is a 'honeycomb' sheet which when granulated can be packed as Bournvita."[8]

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  9. ^ "28 Apr 1933 - NEW HEALTH-FOOD - Trove". Nla.gov.au. 1933-04-28. Retrieved 2017-12-09.
  10. ^ "Mondelez International - Brands". Archived from the original on 2015-11-19. Retrieved 2015-10-30.

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