Source of Article: http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2008/09/29/2377417.htm?section=business
Cadbury says it has recalled its Chinese-made chocolates from
At Cadbury's head office in
"As a result of these tests... we have received results that cast doubt
on the integrity of a range of our products manufactured in
"As a result we believe it is appropriate to take a precautionary step to withdraw from the market, all of our Cadbury chocolate products that were manufactured in our Beijing plant... pending further supply of fresh products."
The chocolates being recalled in
More Cadbury chocolates are also being recalled in Hong Kong and
It is the latest fallout from the toxic milk scandal, which has sickened some 53,000 Chinese babies.
Calls placed to the company's Asia headquarters in
In the statement, Cadbury said all of its Chinese suppliers have been cleared by the mainland government's testing regime.
The 11 brands recalled include Cadbury Eclairs and bulk packets of Dairy Milk chocolate, the statement said. No other brands have been affected, it added.
The products are the latest in an ever-growing list of China-made foods and drinks that have been removed from stores here and across the world since the scandal was first exposed earlier this month.
Four children have died in
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