Why Cadbury-lovers are bitter about their favorite sweets

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The Easter holiday brings in the largest share of seasonal candy sales in the U.S. -- more than $2.3 billion last year. A mainstay of American Easter baskets, Cadbury is a British company that is licensed in the U.S. by another candy giant, Hershey’s. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports on why imports of the British versions of Cadbury candies were stopped with a lawsuit earlier this year.