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Kit Kat Chunky bars recalled

Author : Chris Shaw

25 March 2013

The Food Standards Agency has announced that Nestle is recalling some of its Kit Kat Chunky bars and an Easter egg due to seven people reporting small pieces of plastic in the bars.

As a precautionary measure, the company has recalled four Kit Kat Chunky special varieties (48g size bars in Peanut Butter, Hazelnut, Choc Fudge and Caramel flavours) and Kit Kat Chunky Collection Giant Egg with the following best before date ranges:

  • Kit Kat Chunky Peanut Butter (48g) Best before date range: September 2013 to February 2014
  • Kit Kat Chunky Hazelnut (48g) Best before date range: September 2013 to October 2013
  • Kit Kat Chunky Choc Fudge (48g) Best before date range: September 2013 to October 2013
  • Kit Kat Chunky Caramel (48g) Best before date range: June 2013 To July 2013
  • Kit Kat Chunky Hazelnut Multipack Best before date range: September 2013 To December 2013
  • Kit Kat Chunky Collection Giant Egg best before date: July 2013
No other Kit Kat product is affected.

Nestle is advising anyone who has bought these products not to eat them but return it unopened for a full refund to:

KIT KAT CHUNKY Recall
PO Box 205
FREEPOST 1374
York, YO91 1XB

Consumers wanting more information can telephone FREEPHONE (land line only) 0800 604604 8am to 8pm.


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