The Dutch discount retail chain HEMA has stated through the Standard Food Agency that they are recalling their milk chocolate letters due to the presence of small pieces of plastic in the product, which may cause some health problems to those who consume it.

  The concerned products recalled according to the attached document with the recall are: 

   Hema added : “Only hazelnut milk chocolate letters 160g are affected. All other types of HEMA chocolate letters are safe and of good quality. HEMA is very disappointed in the supplier and is treating this production fault very seriously.”

FSA is advising those who got the product to not consume it and return it for the full refund instead, “If you have bought any of the above products, do not eat them. Instead, return them to the store from where they were bought for a full refund.”

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