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Cadbury NZ Unaffected By Product Withdrawl


MEDIA RELEASE

30 September 2008


Cadbury New Zealand Unaffected By Product Withdrawal


Quality and safety are the highest priorities for Cadbury Schweppes.

We have been monitoring the developing situation with regard to the contamination of dairy products with melamine in China with concern and the greatest sympathy for all those affected.

As a precautionary measure, we have decided to voluntarily withdraw from the Australian market 180g Cadbury Eclairs candy bags that were manufactured in China.

Cadbury does not import 180g Cadbury Eclairs candy bags into the New Zealand market and therefore there is no withdrawal occurring in New Zealand.

We are undertaking this voluntary withdrawal in Australia as a precaution to maintain our high quality standards.

Chinese dairy products are not used in any of our other Cadbury products we manufacture in Australia or New Zealand.


ENDS

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