Diets and Nutrition

Please note, these candies should no longer be consumed

Please note, these candies should no longer be consumed

Japanese candies sold throughout Europe are currently the subject of a recall. An additive not authorized in Europe is indicated on the labeling.

Lovers of “kawai” treats, take a good look at the packages recently purchased in the international section of your supermarkets or in Asian grocery stores that sell them. A reference offering hard suckable candies with peach and white grapes is currently the subject of a recall throughout Europe due to the presence of an unauthorized additive.

What is the product concerned?

These are Shin-Chan candies, peach and white grape flavor from the HAYAKAWA brand, sold in packs, between November 15, 2023 and January 9, 2024 by the distributor MANGA CAFE V2.

All batches are affected.

What to do if you bought one?

The government website Rappel Conso indicates that if you possess it, you must stop consuming these candies and return the product to the point of sale, in exchange for a refund. This procedure will end on February 29, 2024. More information on 01 45 83 70 66

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