AUSTRALIA: Cadbury lollies lambasted by drugs expert
An Australian drugs expert has slammed a new line of lollipops because they look too similar to the illicit party drug ecstasy. David Crosbie, CEO of Melbourne's drug rehabilitation centre Odyssey House and a member of Prime Minister John Howard's national council on drugs, said that Trebor 24-7, a subsidiary of UK confectionery giant Cadbury Schweppes, was being irresponsible in marketing the lollies.
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