Two more former Cadbury executives are leaving the business.

Ignasi Ricou and Tamara Minick-Scokalo are the latest senior figures to head for the exits following Cadbury’s takeover by Kraft Foods earlier this year.

Ricou previously headed up the sales arm of the gum and candy business, while Minck-Scokalo heads up Kraft’s European chocolate business. Both are leaving for what Kraft called “family reasons”, according to the Daily Telegraph.

More than 120 senior staff out of 165 are thought to have left in the wake of the US food group’s controversial takeover.

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