Here's what they said:
"Thank you for your recent enquiry about Cadbury's gluten free products. As a caring company and one that realised the trust our consumers have in our products, as well as declaring on the wrapper products that contain gluten we feel it is correct to bring to everyones attention a product that might contain even the remotest traces. A number of products that do not contain gluten in their recipes are manufactured on the same production line as products that contain gluten. The machinery is flushed and cleaned throughout after gluten products are produced. Even though the risk of cross contamination is extremely small it is nevertheless a possibility we cannot ignore.
For those who are sensitive to gluten we provide a list of products that are made on dedicated gluten free production lines which can be found at www.cadbury.co.uk under the 'Products' section.
Any products that are not included on this list are not there because of the production and risk of contamination or because they do in fact contain gluten including our seasonal products."
My list is now up to date, you can find it here.
So all those products that are still on the list are made on dedicated production lines, which is really great to hear.
No more seasonal products but there's still plenty of safe options to choose from, yay!
(Allergic reaction to bug bite still visible, I'm not on top form)