The company told the New Zealand Herald: “Cadbury Oreo Easter eggs are ideal for Cadbury Oreo chocolate lovers who can now treat themselves in the lead-up to Easter””While they share a similar eating occasion, that’s where the similarities end. Cadbury Creme Eggs and Cadbury Oreo Easter eggs are two very different tasting eggs.” It has been confirmed the company has rolled out Oreo Eggs, and small versions are already available in UK stores.A spokesperson for Cadbury has asked we include that the confections are “not Creme Eggs, or a new flavour of Creme Egg”, but that they are “Oreo Eggs”. However, they are being colloquially referred to as Creme Eggs and are very similar to the famous product, so we feel it is fair to refer to them as a “new flavour of Creme Egg”.A spokesperson for Cadbury told The Metro: “We are always innovating our product ranges and there are lots of exciting things to come from the Cadbury brand this year and beyond.”As part of our Easter range this year we have launched new Cadbury Dairy Milk Egg ‘n’ Spoon Oreo, which will be available alongside our existing Oreo Easter products including the Cadbury Dairy Milk Oreo Shell Egg and the Cadbury Dairy Milk Oreo Easter Egg Sharing Bag.” Instead of gloopy icing sugar, the eggs are packed with Oreo cream and crushed up biscuit.The packaging is different too; instead of the purple, red and yellow foil wrap Creme Eggs pleasingly nestle in during Easter, the Oreo version is packaged in a blue plastic cup to protect the egg from cracks or damage.Cadbury intend Easter snackers to purchase both, and have promised a different eating experience with the Oreo Creme Egg. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Christmas is over, which means retailers are already getting ready for Easter.Whereas some prefer to have a few high-end chocolates to savour, others prefer the headache-inducing sweetness of the humble Creme Egg.These little treats have been the topic of controversy of late, with some angry they changed the recipe to no longer feature Dairy Milk chocolate.However, some boycotting the sweet treat may soon stop now the new flavour has been released.
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On the other hand, with the use of the SSF FabLab, the university produced 2,033 improvised face shields that weredistributed to local government units and hospitals and 50 aerosol boxes thatare being used to intubate patients. Being the host of the lone Fab Lab in WesternVisayas, the university feels it has a responsibility to help the governmentfight COVID-19, Muyong said. The study takes time, particularly forventilators, which has to go through testing and analysis, as well as approvalof the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). “We believe that ISAT-U has a social responsibilityto help our frontliners and health practitioners in fighting Covid-19. As auniversity of science and technology, we have the capacity to produce washableface masks, face shields, aerosol boxes,” Muyong said. “We are closely working with our localgovernment units in the distribution of face masks and face shields,” he said,noting that they produce separate aerosol boxes for pediatrics, Ob-Gyne, andintubation of patients. The issue right now is that the protectivesuits are being disposed of after use so they have to produce more, Muyongsaid. The prototyping development spearheaded by theOffice of Research and Extension, which is supported by the Department ofScience and Technology (DOST) and CHED, began this April and is expected to becompleted by December. “We are very much positive that through thisresearch, we can produce something for humanity,” he said. The department has mass-produced 12,285 washablefacemasks and is working on 15,000 more in preparation for the “new normal”when classes open in August or September. Muyong said they were preparing for the“rebound” when the need for these equipment increases. The university first engaged in the productionof washable facemasks, face shields, and aerosol boxes. They have to prepare for June, July, August,September, and October, he added. The researchers also need the input of medicalprofessionals who would be the end-users of the study. It also assisted the Iloilo City governmentand Iloilo United Hazmat Volunteers in producing protective suits, such ashazmat jumpsuits and protective gowns for health practitioners in variousCOVID-19 centers and hospitals in Iloilo. “We were requested by the chair of CHED(Commission on Higher Education) to work on this, being a university withfacilities on fabrication laboratory (Fab Lab). Our Fab Lab here at ISAT-U is ashared service facility (SSF) provided by DTI (Department of Trade andIndustry),” he said. The UVC sterilizer is essential to allowfrontliners to reuse their hazardous material suits (hazmats). “The new normal will require us to wear afacemask,” he said, adding that the university has 11,000 students in itscampuses, excluding faculty and staff. Muyong added that the completed face maskswere distributed to the city and provincial governments of Iloilo, regionalline government agencies, hospitals, barangays, and pharmacies. The aerosols were produced in consultationwith medical doctors in Iloilo and the DOST through their health research. “In our research, we are investing in theprototyping of ventilators, ultraviolet C (UVC) sterilizer, and swab booth forour frontliners,” said ISAT-U president Dr. Raul Muyong. These boxes were sent to Capiz, Antique,Aklan, Iloilo, and even as far as Puerto Princesa in Palawan. ILOILO City – The Iloilo Science andTechnology University (ISAT-U) is optimistic that its research on theprototyping of equipment that can be used by medical frontliners in the fightagainst coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) would turn successful. “As long as there are requests, we will try toproduce. But the challenge is materials,” Muyong said. (PNA)
More than 800 Burundians, mainly ethnic Tutsis, have fled to neighbouring Rwanda in the last two weeks, citing threats and fears of violence surrounding a recent referendum in the central African country that has been plagued by ethnic massacres for decades, the United Nations refugee agency reported today.“Better they die from hunger in an unknown country than die under machetes,” the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) quoted one mother’s explanation for sending her children into exile from Burundi, which is attempting to cement a fragile peace accord. A 15-year-old refugee told the agency a neighbour’s child had said anyone who did not flee would be killed.Both Burundi and Rwanda have long suffered from waves of ethnic violence between majority Hutus and minority Tutsis, most notably in the Rwandan genocide of 1994, when Hutu extremists killed up to 800,000 Tutsis and Hutu moderates.“UNHCR is concerned that the worsening food shortage and reported rise in tensions in northern Burundi may negatively affect the return home of many Burundians,” agency spokesman Ron Redmond told a news briefing in Geneva of the new refugees, made up of some 600 Tutsis and a group of Batwa pygmy people.He noted that UNHCR repatriated more than 90,000 exiles last year to Burundi, where a UN mission is helping to consolidate a power-sharing accord, and expects to help 150,000 more return home from Tanzania this year. There are at least 400,000 Burundian refugees in Tanzania, 250,000 of them in camps.The new arrivals fled Ngozi, Kirundo and Muyinga provinces in northern Burundi, a region suffering from a severe food shortage due to lack of rain and a poor harvest.A number were in very poor health and severely malnourished, but they said they did not flee from hunger but out of fear after hearing rumours of violence over last month’s referendum on a constitution, which gives Hutus 60 per cent and Tutsis 40 per cent of seats in the national assembly and paves the way for general elections later this year.