Cadbury has found trace amounts of the chemical melamine in their Chinese made chocolate products and have thus begun a massive recall.
In total, Cadbury is recalling 11 chocolate products, including Cadbury Eclairs and bulk packets of Dairy Milk chocolate.
The Cadbury recall is just the latest of many recalls due to tainted Chinese ingredients, most noted of which was the pet food scandal that saw dog food contaminated with melamine.
Now many countries in Asia, as well as Europe have banned all imports of milk related products from China, until the problem can be sorted out.
In China, hundreds of people have fallen sick after drinking milk laced with melamine, which is a chemical used in the production of plastic.
A China human rights group says that the government is not doing enough to combat this problem and is more concerned with covering it up.
“China has tightened its grip on media freedom to contain rising nationwide outrage at tainted milk products,” China Human Rights Defenders said in an email.