Some Cadbury's product lines recalled in a salmonella scare will return to shop shelves, the company said yesterday.

Five of the seven chocolate ranges will reappear from today - coinciding with Cadbury's 2006 interim results.

The company pulled more than a million bars from stores in June because of salmonella contamination at a factory.

The Health Protection Agency later branded Cadbury's chocolate the most likely cause of an infection outbreak in more than 30 people.

Cadbury's interim 2006 results today will reveal the extent sales were hit by the recall.

A report in trade magazine The Grocer suggested they slumped by 25 per cent in the wake of the scare.

One woman has threatened to sue the firm after coming down with the illness. Since the HPA announcement, her law firm Irwin Mitchell has been contacted by several other people who believe Cadbury's chocolate gave them salmonella.

The products set to be restocked are: Dairy Milk Turkish 250g; Dairy Milk Caramel 250g; Dairy Milk Mint 250g; Dairy Milk Eight Chunk; and Dairy Milk 1kg.

The Cadbury Dairy Milk Buttons Easter Egg won't reappear until next year. Cadbury Freddo 10p won't be restocked.

Local Trading Standards officials are still investigating the contamination incident.

A Food Standards Agency spokesman said: "Cadbury have reassured us that they have extended their testing and sampling regime and agreed to implement the recommended processes."

Cadbury blamed the contamination on a leaking pipe at one of its main factories in Marlbrook, Herefordshire. * Coca-Cola is launching a multi-million pound campaign to revitalise the Schweppes brand.

It will add pomegranate and juniper-flavoured tonic mixers to the existing product range.

And new television adverts will use the " know who" slogan.

The campaign's aim is to make turn Schweppes into a soft drinks brand for 30-something consumers.

Cathryn Sleight, marketing director of Coca-Cola GB, said: "Schweppes is a fantastic brand and this year sees Coca-Cola GB put a huge investment behind it, our biggest since we acquired the brand seven years ago."

A Schweppes lemonade and "Russchian" vodka mixer are also launched this summer.