Cadbury Milk Tray removed from stores over taste concerns

Warnings have been issued to anyone who bought a box of Cadbury Milk Trays in the run up to Christmas as the product has now been withdrawn from sale.

Mondelez has asked stores to remove certain Cadbury Milk Tray boxes over taste concerns.

The supplier has told retailers it will not sell 180g and 360g boxes of the chocolate.

A note to sellers reads: “This is due to a food quality issue where in some cases the carton packaging affects the taste and therefore enjoyment of the chocolates.

“While there are no food safety concerns, we believe it is right to withdraw the product.

“We are committed to producing and selling only the finest quality products and regret that on this occasion we have not met our own high standards.”

“Please rest assured that other milk tray formats (particularly 78g and 530g products) and other Mondelez products are not affected by this packaging issue.”

The issue only affected the 180g and 360g boxes in the UK and Ireland and there are no issues with the 78g or 530g chocolate boxes.

The warning is aimed at anyone who bought their chocolate boxes before November 2nd. Cadbury Milk Tray removed from stores over taste concerns

Fry Electronics Team

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