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Creme D’Or withdraws Cafe Tasse Chocolat bar
Creme D’Or is withdrawing its Cafe Tasse Chocolat Fin Artisanal Noir 45g bar. Traces of milk have been found in the product, which hasn't been declared in the allergy information on the label. The product being withdrawn is:
Cafe Tasse Chocolat Fin Artisanal Noir, 45g bar
Best before: 15 September 2013
The company has been advised to contact the relevant allergy support organisations, which will explain to their members the reason for the withdrawal.
No other Creme D’Or products are known to be affected.
Genesis Crafty is recalling its Cheese Scones (4 pack), because of a packaging error where it may include incorrect base label information and could lead the consumer to believe the product is a Toffee & Hazelnut scone. The product contains mustard and soya which is not mentioned in the ingredients. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to mustard and/or soya.