California company announces recall of Chinese ginger candy due to elevated levels of lead
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What’s the problem?
September 16, 2010 - This week, Los Angeles company Anhing Corp. announced that it is recalling DaiJyoBu Ginger Candy after it was informed by the California Department of Public Health that the candy contained lead above the state's legal level. The company says the candy could cause health problems - particularly for infants, small children, and pregnant women.
DaiJyoBu Ginger Candy is contained in a checkerboard patterned cellophane bag with a drawing of a sprouting ginger root. Each bag contains 12 foil-wrapped pieces of candy with a net weight of six ounces.
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