July 20- Oreo cookie maker Mondelez International Inc is in talks to buy the license to make Cadbury biscuits from UK- based biscuit maker Burton's Biscuits Co, Sky News reported. Burton's, owned by Canada's Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, makes biscuits such as Cadbury Fingers under license from Cadbury UK. Mondelez already owns chocolate maker Cadbury Ltd,... » Read More
FRANKFURT/ LONDON, Feb 23- Mars Inc has recalled chocolate bars and other products in 55 countries, mainly in Europe, after bits of plastic were found in a Snickers bar in Germany, the U.S. chocolate maker said on Tuesday. The recall follows a Jan. 8 complaint from a consumer in Germany, she said, who found red plastic in a Snickers bar and sent it back to the company.
FRANKFURT, Feb 23- U.S. chocolate maker Mars Inc announced a recall of chocolate bars and other products in 55 countries after bits of plastic were found in one of its products, the Associated Press reported on Tuesday. A statement posted on the website of the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority said Mars recalled Snickers, Mars, Milky Way,...
U.S. chocolate maker says it's recalling candy bars and other items in 55 countries after plastic was found in one of its products.
HAMBURG, Feb 22- U.S. agribusiness giant Cargill said on Monday it had reached an agreement to sell its industrial chocolate production unit in Mannheim, Germany, to Dutch investment companies Nimbus and Varova. Cargill had agreed to dispose of the activities as part of European Union approval for its acquisition of the global chocolate business of U.S. group...
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