From The Standard:
British sweet maker Cadbury said yesterday it had recalled its China-made chocolates from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Australia after tests "cast doubt" on their safety.
There's more than just Cadbury. Supermarket giant ParknShop has removed three popular snack products -- M&M's, Snickers and Oreo, following reports in Indonesia that they were found to contain Melamine. But it was quick to say that only products made in China were removed.
As Christmas season approaches, you'll notice that Watsons, a shop more closely associated with beauty products and pain relievers, will start piling Toblerones, Cadburys and other chocolate bars. Filipinos who are fond of sending stuff back home would love to include these choco bars. But if they are now affected, their relatives would be hesitant to take a bite.
Unless this controversy subsides, Hong Kong shops might want to study China-made food products with milk ingredients. It's more about ensuring public health than stereotyping China as manufacturing hub of defective products.