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Sunday, October 26, 2008

Halloween Candy Recall

Received this over e-mail. For those of you who haven't gotten the e-mail, I'm posting it. It's sad to think of how much more candy may contain melamine. Who ever thinks to look at WHERE it was made?

For those of you with little ghosts and goblins in your lives. Don't eat the chocolate coin candies! The little chocolate coins are not safe for kids to eat this Halloween.They are made in China and contain the Melamine that childrens deaths were related to recently! With Halloween coming soon, please let your family and friends know.

Sherwood's Milk Chocolate Pirate's Gold Coins from China contain melamine.
It is true, Read the full story at the following link from Snopes: http://www.snopes.com/food/warnings/coins.asp

4 comments:

Tranquility said...

Thank you so much for passing that on. I've forwarded that along to all of my friends! I found it interesting that the stores are being asked (not required) to remove the candies from their shelves.

Bo said...

Hey Tar...thanks for passing this info along...I'm beyond having kids, but I do gobble alot of candy! ;-) Bo

Glenda said...

Thanks for the heads up.

Raxx - A day in the life said...

Is that scary or what? I read that it is found in kids milk formula produced in China too.