Don’t Lick These Lollipops: Mega Pops Recall
October 25, 2010 – Colombina announced this week that it will be recalling certain lots of their Mega Pops lollies because they may contain traces of metal.
The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services posted a warning for consumers after tests found tiny pieces of metal in the candy. Inspectors from the department collected samples of the candy following a consumer complaint; tests confirmed the presence of metal fibers and flakes in the candy.
The pops came in 14-oz and 28-oz bags, with watermelon, cherry, orange, and grape flavors. The bags are marked with UPC Code numbers 0 14272 10873 9 or 0 14272 10862 3, and are in lots marked as Lot #1240695, Lot #1209708, or Lot #1209796. The lot number appears in a white square on the lower left hand side of the reverse of each bag.
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