Easter Faces Recall of Chocolate Egg Truffles

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Easter Faces Recall of Chocolate Egg Truffles

Easter celebrations are at its peak, with people enjoying their holidays fullest with chocolates, sweets and similar treats. But, this news can put a short halt at the celebrations as the time needs safety of consumers first rather than shortly disturbing them.

There is news that due to some respective errors, Australia's two major supermarket chains i. e. Coles and Woolworths have recalled few brands of chocolate eggs from the market that they have sold earlier with the beginning of the eve of the Easter long weekend.

Coles has recalled total five batches of Heritage brand Belgian Milk Chocolate Egg that have been packed with chocolate truffles in a 270-gram package and have been exclusively sold from Coles supermarkets. The company is clearing in its report that due to a labeling error, the recalled products that are containing almond, hazelnut and gluten are not respectively listing all the ingredients, which can harm the health of people, who are allergic to those ingredients.

The other recall has come from Woolworths, who has recalled two Macro Wholefoods Market dark chocolate lactose-free products that have been sold from Woolworths, Safeway, Food for Less and Flemings supermarkets nationally, noting that the chocolates have presence of an undeclared allergen milk again due to a labeling error.


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