Cadbury wins High Court case over purple packs

Gyekye, Liz
November 2012
Packaging News;Nov2012, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that the confectionary company Cadbury Ltd. has won a case against the chocolate making company Nestlé SA related to package design imitation.


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