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Malaysia Muslim groups call for boycott of Cadbury, Mondelez foods after pork traces

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Members of Malaysian Muslim Wholesalers and Retailers Association (MAWAR), a non-governmental organization, throw Cadbury chocolate products into a dustbin as a protest and officially announced their boycott of Cadbury products, after their news conference on stopping the supply of Cadbury chocolate products to retail shops, in Kuala Lumpur May 29, 2014. REUTERS/Samsul Said

Members of Malaysian Muslim Wholesalers and Retailers Association (MAWAR), a non-governmental organization, throw Cadbury chocolate products into a dustbin as a protest and officially announced their boycott of Cadbury products, after their news conference on stopping the supply of Cadbury chocolate products to retail shops, in Kuala Lumpur May 29, 2014. REUTERS/Samsul Said
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Bazeer Ahmed, a member of Malaysian Muslim Wholesalers and Retailers Association (MAWAR), a non-governmental organization, speaks to journalists during news conference on stopping the supply of Cadbury chocolate products to retail shops, in Kuala Lumpur May 29, 2014.REUTERS/Samsul Said

Bazeer Ahmed, a member of Malaysian Muslim Wholesalers and Retailers Association (MAWAR), a non-governmental organization, speaks to journalists during news conference on stopping the supply of Cadbury chocolate products to retail shops, in Kuala Lumpur May 29, 2014.REUTERS/Samsul Said
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