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Recall Cadbury Chocolate in Malaysia

A shocking news of pork DNA were found in Cadbury chocolate in a largely Muslim population's Malaysia. It is really a sad news for Muslim especially those Cadbury chocolate's lovers.  Not just the Muslim, pork allergic and vegetarians consumers were affected too. Whose faults? Who to blame? Everyone has their own different views. 

There are some possible reasons of pork DNA found in the chocolate. 1. Cross-contamination 2. The gelatin gel. 3. The lard

So who to blame?
Blame the people of health minister? They were the one who found out this issue. How would the people know that the chocolate contained pork DNA if the authority didn't inform the public.  
Blame Cadbury Chocolate Company? Or the ingredient's suppliers?
They need to find out what cause the pork DNA traced in the chocolate. The QA department in Cadbury manufacture must be very headache and busy. 

This lesson has taught the food industry especially manufacturing side of please be serious and more cautious in handling the mass food production. Indeed this news had caught global's attention. Many global food industries tried to cut down cost by buying cheaper ingredients or to earn more profits by cheating on the food quality. It is very sad to see this phenomenon because nowadays humans are greatly rely on food industry for food.

Hope the problem is going to solved and the right products will be back to the shelves shortly.  

http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2014/05/recall-pork-nda-traces-found-in-cadbury-chocolate-in-malaysia/?

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