The UK's Ad council said that a recent ad from Kraft's Cadbury brand was "likely to be understood to refer to Naomi Campbell's reputation for 'diva-style' behavior rather than her race".

This article titled “Cadbury’s Naomi Campbell ad not racist, rules watchdog” was written by Mark Sweney, for guardian.co.uk on Monday 20th June 2011 12.25 UTC

The advertising watchdog has thrown out complaints accusing an ad by Cadbury of racism for comparing model Naomi Campbell to a bar of chocolate.

This decision follows an assessment by the council of the Advertising Standards Authority on whether to launch an investigation to see if the press campaign is in breach of the advertising code relating to racism.

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