Cadbury closure huge blow to Dunedin
Posted 16th Feb 2017
Filed under: Dunedin South
News today that Mondelez intends to close the Cadbury manufacturing plant in Dunedin is a devastating blow for Dunedin, local Labour MPs David Clark and Clare Curran say.

The loss of 362 jobs is shattering for the people working there and for the city. I have visited the factory many times and appreciated the warm welcome, kind hospitality, and good cheer of the staff, says David Clark.
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