China's Tainted Milk Scandal Prompts Cadbury To Recall Chocolate

Cadbury has issued a recall of some of its candy as the latest victim of China's tainted milk scandal.

A possibly toxic chemical has been found in dozens of Chinese-made products.

Cadbury is recalling chocolate made at its plant in Beijing, but says it is just a precautionary step.

So far, the tainted milk has killed five children and sickened thousands of others.


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  • by BLACKSHEEP Location: HERE on Sep 29, 2008 at 11:29 AM
    WHEN ARE YOU PEOPLE GOING TO LEARN "NOT TO BUY FROM CHINA". FIRST, IT WAS BAD DOG/CAT FOOD, THEN IT WAS LEAD IN PAINT ON OUR KIDS TOYS, NOW IT IS IN BABY FOOD AND CANDY. WHEN IS IT GOING TO END?!?!?!?! IS ANYTHING MADE IN AMERICA ANYMORE????

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