Halloween candy recall

Oct 28, 2010 Oct. 28, 2010 Two major candy makers in the U. S. have issued preHalloween recalls of tens of thousands of kidsized bags and boxes of popular childhood treats, including lollipops and chocolatecovered raisins, because of possible contamination problems. Several candy manufacturers issued recalls on their Halloween candies for everything from peanuts to high levels of lead.

Find out if your candy is affected and what you can do with the dangerous candies. Pin. Some kids who thought they received treats last night really received some dangerous tricks. Oct 30, 2008 Close the Settings tab, reload this Yelp page, and try your search again. If you're still having trouble, check out Safari's support page. You can also search near a city, place, or address instead. Nestl has issued a voluntary recall for their Raisinets, chocolate covered raisins, for a packaging snafu.

The company believes the product, Nestl Raisinets Fun Size Bags, may contain peanuts. The recall is the result of a potentially contaminated milk powder ingredient recalled by Valley Milk Products, a derivative of which was included as a small portion of the ingredients by another company in a confectionary Oct 31, 2008 HALLOWEEN CANDY RECALLED There is a new warning put out by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Sherwood brand Pirate's Gold Milk Chocolate coins are being recalled due to the fact that they contain Melamine, the ingredient in milk product that has caused many infant deaths in The voluntary agreement to recall the products came after Nestle became aware of three complaints to the company about peanuts in the candy.

While this product is labeled with a precautionary Whether youre looking for Halloween candy in bulk for a scary candy buffet or if youre just wanting a festive treat for yourself, we have it! Avoid the stores and get trick or treat candy before the big night too! Find classic Halloween candy treats that everyone will enjoy, like candy corn, caramel apple lollipops, and popcorn balls.



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