Food recall: Cadbury Old Gold Dark Chocolate
Cadbury this week initiated a recall of their Cadbury Old Gold Dark Chocolate for the second time this year.
The voluntary consumer level recall was instigated due to the possible presence of milk protein, which is not labelled on the packaging. Apart from this labelling irregularity, there is no other fault with the product.
“We are undertaking this recall as a precaution to protect consumer safety as well as to maintain our high quality standards,” the company advised. “We apologise for any inconvenience.”
The confectioner voluntarily recalled the same product last month due to the same labelling irregularity.
Name of Product: Cadbury Old Gold Dark Chocolate 70% Cocoa
Package Description & Size: Cardboard carton around foil inner
Best Before: 16/08/2010 only
Australian Distribution: National
Overseas Distribution: Guam
Reason for Recall: Labelling – undeclared milk solids
The Old Gold Dark Chocolate 70% Cocoa 220g block (in paper packaging) is not affected.
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