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HEMA recalls its Chocolate Meringues due to undeclared presence of soya

HEMA is recalling its chocolate flavoured meringues which contain soya that is not declared on the label. During production of the chocolate meringues, a number of packs were incorrectly labelled with the back label of the vanilla meringues. As a consequence, the label doesn't state that the product contains soya. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to soya. - See more at: FSA

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