'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, ' the company wrote in a message.
He couldn't possibly put the list together without knowing the true answer about chocolate, so he looked to Cadbury for assistance.
Cadbury's has settled the debate about whether chocolate should be kept in the fridge or not.
He then tagged Cadbury Australia and asked them what the definitive ruling was on chocolate storage.
For everyone in the USA, 21 degrees Celsius works out to be roughly 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Chocolate expert Luke Owen Smith of The Chocolate Bar told Stuff NZ that putting your choccies in the fridge makes them taste "dull" because it doesn't "release the flavours".
It would seem not everyone is happy with the chocolate brand's response.
How should you store chocolate?.
But others, who are clearly in favor of biting into cooler piece of cocoa, strongly disagreed.
Of course, since this is chocolate being debated, many people said they're just thrilled to eat it no matter how it's kept.
Leading food safety expert Belinda Stuart-Moonlight, told FEMAIL previously that another reason chocolate shouldn't be refrigerated is because it can lead to a "sugar bloom".
Walton added that this guideline is universal, even if the chocolate bar has already been opened.
Some pointed out that the fridge is STILL the best place if it's hot out. This also goes for all types of chocolate, including white, dark and milk. A lot of kitchens in the summertime!
However, there are bigger issues raised from Bruno's list than where chocolate should be kept. "Chocolate is very susceptible to temperature changes, more specifically getting too warm".
To maintain the freshness of your purchase, we recommend that you store your chocolates in a cool dry cupboard away from heat or light source and any perfumed items such as soaps.
Cadbury's tweet caused quite a stir in people's responses, leaving some commenting with "I guess we'll have to agree to disagree" and others simply saying "wrong".