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Cadbury Salmonella Recall
Cadbury salmonella recall

In many parts of the world, the name Cadbury is synonymous with chocolate. Cadbury can trace its history back to 1824 when John Cadbury began selling drinking chocolate, cocoa, tea, and coffee from a shop in Birmingham, England. Cadbury was a Quaker, and he viewed these drinks as an alternative to alcohol. The Quakers, the Religious Society of Friends to be more precise, opposed alcohol and have a history of supporting social causes. According to Cadbury family historian and award winning documentarian Deborah Cadbury,

The original founders were Quakers, and they were trying to come up with something that they thought would be a nutritious alternative to alcohol, which was the ruin of many poor families. They were trying to ...

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