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Pascall Marshmellows Recalled

FOOD RECALL NOTICE Pascall Marshmallows

Pascall Confectionery is recalling a batch of Marshmallow 180g Family Packs due to the possibility of tiny metal particles being present in a small number of Marshmallow units.

The Marshmallows being recalled have a Batch Code 232R that is printed in the white panel on the back of the bag. They should not be consumed.

There have been no reports of harm or illness. Pascall Confectionery is undertaking this recall as a precaution to protect consumer safety and satisfaction, as well as maintain its high quality standards.

This batch was sold to the following stores in the North Island only: Countdown Foodtown Woolworths Big Fresh Price Chopper Woolworths at Gull Customers with this product should return the product/s to Pascall via free post for refund: Freepost 577 Pascall Confectionery PO Box 890, Dunedin.

Further information is available from our Consumer Services Team on 0800 184 030.

This recall does not affect any other Pascall product or batches.

Pascall Confectionery apologises to all consumers for any inconvenience or disruption caused by the recall.

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