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The Co-op recalls two batches of its own-brand Fairtrade Peruvian Dark Chocolate with Dried Sweetened Cranberries due to undeclared milk

The Co-op recalls two batches of its own-brand Fairtrade Peruvian Dark Chocolate with Dried Sweetened Cranberries due to undeclared milk. Due to a packaging error, two batch codes of the above product contain milk chocolate bars instead of dark chocolate, resulting in incorrect allergen labelling. This makes the product a potential health risk for people who are allergic or intolerant to milk or milk constituents. Follow the link for product details.

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