Urgent recall as customers warned not to eat popular chocolate bar

WONKA Bars are being urgently recalled over concerns that an undeclared ingredient could cause allergic reactions.

The popular sweet treat is found to contain traces of nuts which aren't mentioned on the label.

SP Wholesale is a wholesaler which distributes Wonka Bars and other confectionery to corner shops, convenience stores and more.

It is now recalling Wonka Bars due to undeclared allergen ingredients.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has also published an alert on its website issuing a warning to customers on May 17.

It advises anyone with allergies to peanuts or almonds to avoid eating the product altogether.

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A Wonka Bar is a milk chocolate treat that comes in a 100g slab, but the recalled products do not have nut allergens listed on the packaging.

Affected bars have a best before date of June 30, 2023, and November 30, 2023.

You can also look out for batch codes 18121P and 33421P to identify the affected bars.

If you find you have one, FSA is advising customers to return it to the store where it was bought for a full refund.

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Don't worry if you haven't kept your receipt though, as the faulty item should still be refundable, according to SP Wholesale.

The chocolate bar is inspired by the global hit film, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which originated from Roald Dahl's bestselling book.

And the Wonka Bar isn't the only candy to be recalled, as Starburst, Skittles, and Life Savers gummies were recalled last week due to metal strand concerns.

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Meanwhile, Lidl has issued another urgent recall of beer products sold in its stores.

It's the second time this month that the grocer had to recall bevs after they contained sulphur dioxide not mentioned on the label.

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