Cadbury recalling Chinese chocolate laced with melamine

Clay Gordon
09/30/08 10:52:04AM
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HONG KONG - British candy maker Cadbury announced a recall Monday of chocolate made in its Beijing factory after it was found to contain melamine, the industrial chemical that has sickened tens of thousands of Chinese children. Chocolate for US consumption, according to Cadbury, is not affected. The story .

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updated by @clay: 04/11/15 01:56:24AM
10/01/08 10:05:37PM
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Keep a close eye on the news for anything that originates in Asia that has a milk ingredient.I just saw that some Pocky may be included. I saw another article about Snickers & M&Ms made in China. (I actually have some Chinese M&Ms that my boss brought back from Beijing when she attended the Olympics. I haven't eaten them.) I was in Cost Plus World Market today and they have not removed their White Rabbit candies from the shelves.


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