Cadbury has recalled two chocolate products in Malaysia after they were found to contain traces of pork DNA.
The traces were found during a periodic check for non-halal ingredients in food products by the Ministry of Health, which on Saturday said two of three samples of the company's products contained pork traces.
The two products, Cadbury Dairy Milk Hazelnut and Cadbury Dairy Milk Roast Almond, were available in stores throughout the country.
Cadbury Malaysia, like most food makers in the country where Muslims make up more than 60 percent of the population, has all of its products certified halal to conform with Islam's dietary restrictions, one of which is a prohibition on pork.
The company said it was undertaking a full review of its supply chain to ensure halal standards, according to the report, and the Malaysian government said it will conduct inspection of all Cadbury Malaysia's products.
Cadbury Malaysia was not immediately available to comment.
Chocolate giants Nestlé and Cadbury have clashed over the shape of Kit Kat bars.
Nestlé have gone to court to try and trademark the three-dimensional shape of a Kit Kat finger, but Cadbury, based in Birmingham, is objecting.
Mr Justice Arnold is currently waiting on a decision from a European court relating to the dispute. He said:
"Certain aspects of the relevant law remain unclear.
"I have decided it is necessary to seek clarification of the law from the Court of Justice of the European Union in order to determine the (dispute)."
This is not the first time the rival companies have had legal disputes. Nestlé successfully overturned a courts decision to allow Cadbury to trademark the colour purple used in its famous 'Dairy Milk' chocolate bars.
The number of apprentices in the Midlands has increased by more than ten per cent in the last year, according to the National Apprenticeship Service.
Mondelez, which owns Cadbury's, is one employer in the Midlands investing in apprenticeship schemes. It's predicted within ten years, the number of apprentices will rise by 85 per cent, which the government says will help rebuild the economy.