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Voluntary Product Recall - Bols Party Lollies 200g

Voluntary Product Recall - Bols Party Lollies 200 Gram


SYDNEY, Jan. 25 /MediaNet International-AsiaNet/ -- All Best Before Dates
up to and including 1 November 2003

Kmart is advising its customers of a voluntary recall by the manufacturers of Bols Party Lollies 200 gram, all Best Before Dates up to and including 1 November 2003.

This follows advice from the product's manufacturer that there is a labelling error on the product's packaging. This product should not be consumed by anyone with an allergy to eggs.

Customers who have purchased this product should return it to any Kmart store for a full refund.

Kmart apologises to its customers for any inconvenience caused.

The product's manufacturer has established a freecall number for further inquiries: 0800 444 443


SOURCE: Kmart


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