UK: Mondelez injects $124m into Cadbury factory revamp

By Hannah Abdulla | 23 January 2014

Mondelez International has announced a GBP75m (US$124m) investment into its flagship Cadbury production site in Bournville in the UK.

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Mondelez International has announced a GBP75m (US$124m) investment into its flagship Cadbury production site in Bournville in the UK.

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