Chocolates and Caramels Recalled
First reported by Local10.com
- Bauer’s Chocolate candy and caramel Modjeskas have been recalled because they may be contaminated with hepatitis A.
- The FDA has advised consumers not to eat any of these candies that were made after November 14th, 2018.
- As of now, no cases of hepatitis A from eating the chocolates have been reported.
- The products were available at stores, on QVC, and on Bauer’s Candy website.
- Do you have a lot of candy around from the holidays?
- Will, you ever eat it or will it be thrown out?
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning that should scare all candy lovers and chocoholics.
Consumers are being warned to throw away all Bauer’s Candies Chocolate or Caramel Modjeskas purchased after Nov. 14 as they may be contaminated with hepatitis A.
The products are available at many retail locations, as well as through QVC and BauersCandy.com.
CHOCOLATES, CARAMELS SOLD BY QVC RECALLED DUE TO POSSIBLE HEPATITIS CONTAMINATION
Bauer’s Candies Recalled For Possible Hep A Contamination
FDA: Candy sold on QVC may contain hepatitis A
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