LIDL RE­CALLS DRINK­ING CHOC STICKS

Irish Daily Mirror - - SQUARE EYES - BY HE­LEN WHITE­HOUSE lucy. thorn­ton @mir­ror. co.uk

LIDL is re­call­ing a num­ber of prod­ucts over fears they could pose a health risk.

The su­per­mar­ket is ask­ing cus­tomers to re­turn four va­ri­eties of the Deluxe Choco­late Drink­ing Stick.

La­bels on the prod­ucts are not writ­ten in English and may not pro­vide a clear list of po­ten­tial al­ler­gens to con­sumers.

The va­ri­eties re­called are the Deluxe Drink­ing Choco­late Sticks, the Fine Dark Choco­late Deluxe Drink­ing Choco­late Sticks, Fine Hazel­nut Deluxe Drink­ing Choco­late Sticks with Specu­loos and the Deluxe Drink­ing Choco­late Stick Fine White Choco­late.

It is ad­vised any­one with an al­lergy to soya or nuts, an al­lergy or in­tol­er­ance to milk and an al­lergy or in­tol­er­ance to wheat or gluten shouldn’t con­sume the prod­uct.

Any af­fected prod­ucts can be re­turned to store for a full re­fund with­out a re­ceipt. Ear­lier this year, choco­late was re­called across the coun­try over fears it con­tained sal­mo­nella.

Mal­te­sers, Teasers and Gal­axy Coun­ters are among the prod­ucts re­called by Mars Choco­late UK and Ire­land. As a pre­cau­tion, they vol­un­tar­ily re­called the snacks.

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