NIGERIA: Cadbury in court over misleading safety labels
The Nigerian arm of British confectionery and drinks giant Cadbury Schweppes is facing allegations that it has been dumping chocolate labelled with deliberately misleading safety and quality information on the local market. The National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control (Nafdac) has now launched legal action against the firm, which is due to reach court at the end of this week, after citing problems earlier this year with a shipment of Dairy Milk and Fruit & Nut chocolate bars that arrived from India.
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