Valentine Lollipops, made in china, recalled

by Trendy

An importer in maryland is voluntarily recalling valentine lollipops made in china. Sherwood Brands of Maryland markets these candies as “Pokemon Valentine Cards and Pops” and is recalling them from shelves across the country after metal fragments were found in them. These metal fragments were reported in candies sold in some central florida stores.

CBS has a story about this on their website, which says “Roughly 20 lollipops were seized at Kathleen Elementary School in Lakeland. X-rays determined that only one piece definitely had metal – what appeared to be a staple – baked inside, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said.

On Wednesday, a woman in nearby Mulberry told authorities she found a lollipop with a piece of metal in it in a bag of the same product.

The metal appeared to be part of a razor blade, authorities said. It was the only lollipop in the bag that had the metal fragment, reported CBS station WFOR-TV in Miami.”

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