Mars Wrigley candies recalled after complaints of thin metal strands – National
Mars Wrigley Canada has introduced a voluntary recall of particular varieties of SKITTLES Gummies, STARBURST Gummies and LIFE SAVERS Gummies after clients reported discovering very thin metal strands embedded within the sweet or unfastened within the bag.
The corporate says there have been no reported diseases or accidents related to the recalled merchandise.
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The recall covers STARBURST Gummies Authentic, STARBURST Gummies Sours, STARBURST Gummies Bitter Berries, LIFE SAVERS Gummies Sours, SKITTLES Gummies Authentic, and SKITTLES Gummies Wild Berries.
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The merchandise have been bought in a spread of sizes starting from 57g to 280g, and distributed throughout Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.
Clients who consider they’ve bought a recalled product are being informed to throw it out.
Mars Wrigley Canada says it should work with retailers to take away recalled product from retailer cabinets.
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