AUSTRALIA: Sub-standard bunnies recalled, while Cadbury's directors face "golden parachute" perks
Two weeks before Easter, consumers who have already purchased Cadbury chocolate bunnies are being offered a full refund amid revelations that the product might be suffering from a "potential quality issue." UK-based chocolate and drinks giant Cadbury Schweppes gave details of the recall in a pubic notice printed in newspapers this morning, which affects the 150g dairy milk bunnies and the 170g premium dark bunnies. The notice read: "These products may have been exposed to moisture and the appearance and flavour of the chocolate may not be up to our high quality standard."
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