2008_07_swedfish.jpgThree women who were training to be tasters at a Cadbury's research office in NJ are suing the British candy conglomerate. According to the Star-Ledger, the women were tested an "experimental high-intensity sweetener" that allegedly "left them with oral lesions and chemical burns that they say are affecting their ability to taste normally and eat certain foods without a burning sensation." The plaintiffs say they knew the sweetener was experimental and not yet approved, but a Cadbury employee said others who tasted it only had minor reactions. Cadbury did not comment.