Food Standards Agency
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Sainsbury's recalls some dark chocolate
Sainsbury's has recalled its Belgian Wholenut Dark Chocolate with the 'best before' date of 17 September 2010, because the product might contain pieces of hard plastic. The Agency has issued a Food Alert for Information.
The affected product is being recalled from customers. Point-of-sale notices will be shown in stores, explaining to customers why the product has been recalled. If you have bought any of the affected chocolate, you can return it to the customer service desk at your local Sainsbury's store for a full refund.
The product being recalled is:
- Sainsbury’s Belgian Wholenut Dark Chocolate (200g)
- Best before: 17 September 2010
No other Sainsbury’s products are known to be affected.
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