More Cadbury executives quit Kraft

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Two more senior Cadbury executives have left Kraft Foods, joining the other senior management figures who have resigned since the confectioner's takeover by the US food group in February, claim media reports.

Ignacio Ricou, president of Kraft's European gum and candy operations and Tamara Minick-Scokalo, president of the chocolate unit in the region are said to be departing the Kraft shores.

Ricou joined Cadbury in 2003. He is leaving to join a business in Spain where he can spend more time with his family, according to a Kraft spokesman quoted in the Daily Telegraph.

Tamara Minick-Scokalo is also said to be quitting for family reasons.

July saw Mark Reckitt, who was Cadbury's chief strategy officer, departing Kraft Foods and, in the same month, Phil Rumbol, Cadbury's head of marketing for the UK and Ireland, also left the business

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