Cadbury loses purple packaging row, but fights on
Cadbury has pledged to appeal after losing the latest round of its Australian legal battle with rival chocolate maker Darrell Lea over the use of the colour purple
On Friday, the Federal Court of Australia ruled that Sydney-based Darrell Lea had not passed
off its products as those of Cadbury's or breached the
Trade Practices Act by selling
chocolates packaged in purple coloured wrapping.
Federal Court judge Justice...
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