Cadbury recalls Chinese-made chocolates

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The Hong Kong government says British sweet maker Cadbury is recalling its Chinese-made chocolates as a precaution.

The Hong Kong government said in a statement Monday that Cadbury Asia Pacific informed its Center for Food Safety that it would recall 11 types of chocolates made in its factory in the Chinese capital Beijing.

It was not immediately clear if tests found the industrial chemical melamine in the products.

China's recent food safety scandal started with the discovery of melamine in baby milk powder.

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