FRANCE: Bomb alert at Barry Callebaut plant

By Stuart Todd | 8 November 2012

Barry Callebaut's production plant in Dijon, in eastern France, was evacuated today (8 November) following a bomb alert.

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Barry Callebaut's production plant in Dijon, in eastern France, was evacuated today (8 November) following a bomb alert.

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