Harry London Candies Inc. has announced a recall of several of its products due to inaccurate labeling information. The confections in question contain the presence of eggs and/or milk, neither of which is declared on the productsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ label. The company is recalling the products due to fears of allergic reactions by consumers who were unaware of the inclusion of these ingredients.
The recall includes FrangoÃ‚Â® Cheggs-branded Mint Chegg, Double Chocolate Chegg, Marshmallow Chegg, Peanut Butter Chegg, Caramel Chegg, and Toffee Chegg all of which were sold by MacyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Department Stores. The four- and eight-ounce packages may also contain corn starch, dextrose, Red #40, Yellow #6, and Blue #2.
Products with the following bar codes contain undeclared egg: 2179500565, 2179500566, 2179500567, 2179500568, 2179500570, 2179500572, 2179500573, 2179500588, 2179500589, 2179500590, 2179500592, and 2179500594. Products with the following bar codes contain undeclared egg and milk: 751756019807, 751756019814, 751756019821, 751756019852, 751756019838, 751756019869, 751756019876, 751756019883, 751756019890, and 751756019906.
The company is also recalling products sold under the brand Harry London Chocolate Fudge and Peanut Butter Egg Confectionery Products, which are distributed to a variety of wholesalers and sold by a range of domestic retailers. These products contained undeclared egg and have bar codes of 2179501083, 2179501084, 2179501085, or 2179501086.