Sunday, October 5, 2008

Cadbury Recalls Candy Because of Melamine Contamination

Article on cnn.com -- 'High level of melamine' in two Cadbury products.  Here's an excerpt:

Hong Kong authorities Sunday announced that two recalled candy products made by British confectioner Cadbury had high levels of melamine.

The industrial chemical has recently been found in Chinese-made milk products that have sickened nearly 53,000 children in China, killing four.

Countries around the world have since banned the import of Chinese products containing milk, or have withdrawn products that contain milk from China -- such as candy -- amid worries they contain melamine.

BGS

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