Cadbury Product Recall

Posted by in Chocolate News on June 23 2006 | Leave A Comment

Cadbury RecallCadbury has just announced that it’s recalling over a million chocolate bars in the UK due to a salmonella scare.

In all, seven products are affected by the Cadbury recall:

250 gram – Cadbury Dairy Milk Turkish
250 gram – Cadbury Dairy Milk Caramel
250 gram – Cadbury Dairy Milk Mint
Cadbury Dairy Milk 8 chunk
1 kilogram – Cadbury Dairy Milk
Cadbury Dairy Milk Button Easter Egg – 105 gram
Cadbury Freddo 10p

According to Cadbury, they have identified the source of the problem and the recall is being made after consultation with the Food Standards Agency.

More details on the Cadbury web site.

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Comments On This Post

  1. Pewari (Chocablog Staff)

    Well there you go – me resisting the 1kg Dairy Milk bar and only buying the 400g showed a considerable amount of foresight, don’t you think?

  2. Did you know….

    Cadbury, along with many other chocolate producers, do not make sure that all the workers involved in making the chocolate are treated properly. Often, in the cocoabean production slaves are used, from a very young age.

    Almost half the world’s chocolate is made from cocoa from the Cote d’ivoire (Ivory Coast) in Africa. 12,000 children have been trafficked into cocoa farms in Cote D’Ivoire.

    Stop the Traffik is campaigning against slavery, and the current campaign is about chocolate. You can help make a difference by signing up and refusing to buy chocolate that is not certified “slave-free”. ( )

    Or don’t you care?


  3. Salmonella scare – that sure will put a damper on the chocaholics’ passion.

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