Three flavours of popular premium chocolate brand Koko Black have been recalled nationally over hidden allergen fears.
The products may contain soy without a label on the packaging indicating this.
Koko Black’s Nº 30 chocolate featuring caramel and white chocolate and the Goldie Pops flavour, which is described as honey caramelised popcorn coated in caramelised white chocolate, have both been recalled.
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Also being recalled is a flavour from Koko Black’s Australian Native Collection featuring caramelised white chocolate, macadamia and spotted gum honey crumble, which may also contain the hidden allergen.
Three flavours of popular premium chocolate brand Koko Black have been recalled nationally over hidden allergen fears. Credit: Supplied
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Products with the best before date of March 30, 2024 and any dates leading up to this have been included in the recall.
Consumers who have a soy allergy or intolerance who have purchased these products are urged to check the packaging.
They should not consume these products and should return the products to the place of purchase for a full refund.
The products have been available for sale at Koko Black stores nationwide.
They have also been available at independent retail stores in NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS, SA and WA.
They have been available online nationwide.
For further information please contact Koko Black on (03) 9958 7400 or via its website.
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