- The FDA has posted a recall bulletin by Lake Champlain Chocolates which produces a variety of chocolate bars and sells them across all fifty US states.
- The chocolate bars are now being recalled due to the possible presence of foreign matter.
- More specifically, the company says that the chocolate bars may contain pieces of "brittle plastic" due to an issue with the manufacturing process.
Some recalls are easier to stomach than others. Do you want to take away my onions? Okay, I can manage for a while. You tell me I should throw away my squash? Fine, that's doable. But chocolate? Chocolate!?!?!? Now you've gone too far. Unfortunately, that's the reality of a new recall bulletin posted by the FDA.
The recall bulletin comes from Lake Champlain Chocolates, a company that produces (obviously) chocolate and sells a variety of bars with different added ingredients like almonds, granola, and hazelnuts. Unfortunately, one totally unpalatable ingredient found it way into some batches of the chocolate recently: plastic. Now, the company is issuing a recall of its bars with specific lot numbers and stock codes.
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