Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Now It’s Cadbury

Countries across Asia have removed items from shelves or banned Chinese-made dairy products.

Monday, Cadbury recalled Chinese-made products in Hong Kong. In their official statement issued by its Singapore office, tests had "cast doubt on the integrity of a range of our products manufactured in China."

It was not immediately clear whether they revealed melamine, but Cadbury said it had recalled 11 chocolate products made at its factory in Beijing which are distributed in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Australia.

Just before this milk scare erupted, I had been craving for chocolates and one of them was Cadbury’s Dairy Milk Bar, and Dairy Milk Chocettes. Geesh!

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