Cadbury Chocolate Recall

British chocolate maker Cadbury says its tests have "cast doubt" on the safety of its Chinese-made products.

Cadbury says in a statement issued by its Singapore office that
the tests "have cast doubt on the integrity of a range of our
products manufactured in China."

It was not immediately clear if the tests revealed melamine, the
industrial chemical at the center of China's recent milk scandal. An Asia spokeswoman for Cadbury didn't immediately return a call
from The Associated Press.

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  • by Yogi Location: Jellystone on Sep 30, 2008 at 04:34 AM
    Hey hey, booboo, I agree with you. Companies should stop having China maufacture for them.
  • by ??? Location: NC on Sep 29, 2008 at 02:38 PM
    Its time for the US to put a ban on Chinese products before to many people are injured by this worthless crap that they foist on the US consumers. And its time for Americans to stand up and boycott and refuse to buy anything made in China. Wallyworld would get the message in a couple of days.
  • by booboo Location: here on Sep 29, 2008 at 07:17 AM
    Just when are companies going to stop having China manufacture for them. For years probucts from China have been substandard. Last year it was the lead paint in children's toys. There is no quality control in China and their standards are subpar. Beware of anything "Made in China".

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