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Malaisie : Cadbury rappelle deux produits à cause de la présence de porc
KUALA LUMPUR, May 27, 2014 (AFP) – Chocolate maker Cadbury has recalled two products in mainly Muslim Malaysia after traces of pig DNA were found during a routine check for non-halal substances, Health Minister S. Subramaniam said Tuesday. « Cadbury has voluntarily removed two of its products from the shelves, » the minister told AFP. The tests were conducted by the ministry which over the weekend announced that two Cadbury products contained pork traces. Chocolate products are popular in Malaysia and can be found in most shops nationwide. Pork and its by-products, alcohol and animals not slaughtered according to Islamic procedures are not considered halal(permissible) and are forbidden to Muslims.