Food Recall: Old Gold Dark Chocolate
Cadbury is conducting a voluntary consumer level recall of Old Gold Dark Chocolate 70% Cocoa (200g block) due to the possible presence of milk protein, which is not labelled on the packaging.
Consumers who are allergic or intolerant to milk protein should not consume this product. Apart from this labelling irregularity, there is no other fault with this product.
No other Cadbury products, including the Old Gold Dark Chocolate 70% Cocoa 250g block (in paper packaging) are affected by this recall.
Food Product: Confectionery
Name of Product: Cadbury Old Gold Dark Chocolate 70% Cocoa 200g block
Package Description & Size: Cardboard carton around foil inner
Best Before: All dates up to and including 7/06/2010
Australian Distribution: National
Overseas Distribution: New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Guam
Reason for Recall: Labelling – undeclared milk solids
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