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39% 179 votes
61% 284 votes
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Yes, if it so commonly associated with one brand, particularly in... 109 votes

Yes, if it so commonly associated with one brand, particularly in the same industry
24%
Yes, if it so commonly associated with one brand, particularly in the same industry
I'm not sure/I don't have an opinion 117 votes

I'm not sure/I don't have an opinion
25%
No, everybody should be free to use whatever colour they like, it... 233 votes

No, everybody should be free to use whatever colour they like, it is just a colour
50%
No, everybody should be free to use whatever colour they like, it is just a colour
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cejones3

cejones3

  Of course not; it's ridiculous. Cadbury claim to have trademarked the colour purple. Outrageous. Colours were around long before any company, and they belong to everyone. I wonder if these chocolate makers are feeling threatened, as people are getting informed about the cruelty of the dairy industry, and vegan food is a massively increasing market.

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