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Wrigley’s menthol gum appeal against Cadbury dismissed

Wrigley’s menthol gum appeal against Cadbury dismissed

By Oliver Nieburg

A US appeal court has upheld a previous federal court decision which found that Wrigley’s patent on a menthol chewing gum formulation was too similar to earlier patents as argued by Cadbury Adams USA.

Cadbury bursts into UK popcorn segment

Cadbury bursts into UK popcorn segment

By Kacey Culliney

Kraft-owned Cadbury has expanded its sharing bag portfolio with a chocolate-coated toffee popcorn product, in a bid to burst into the UK’s rattling £42m (€52.46m) popcorn market.

Unite believe Rosenfeld's actions showed a

Unite slams ‘massive arrogance’ of Kraft boss

By Dan Colombini

Unite the Union has slammed Kraft ceo Irene Rosenfeld for failing to appear before a parliamentary select committee and accused her of “massive arrogance” and “a total disregard” for her former Cadbury staff.

Sweet solution online: Using Witness software cut costs and boosted productivity, said Cadbury.

Simulation software unwraps benefits for Cadbury

By Mike Stones

Improved productivity, reduced cardboard consumption and the elimination of waste have followed the installation of Witness simulation software at Kraft’s Cadbury plant in Bournville, according to the company.