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With tainted chocolate scares, did you do anything different this Easter?

I just posted a blog about our melamine-free Easter this year:
http://cabadov.wordpress.com/2009/04/12/no-melamine-this-easter/

We made an extra effort to buy organic, free-trade or handmade chocolate, avoiding the mainstream chocolate this Easter. I'm wondering if anyone else made similar changes or if you think the scares are overblown and not really an issue.

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Wow, I didn't even hear about the melamine in chocolate! Aaaagggghhh! What is this world coming to - messing with chocolate?!?!

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