Kmart recalls chocolate Easter eggs over concerns they contain plastic

| 22.05,20. 07:31 PM |



Kmart recalls chocolate Easter eggs over concerns they contain plastic

Kmart has recalled two types of Easter eggs over concerns they contain plastic. (Kmart)


Kmart is recalling two brands of chocolate Easter eggs over fears they contain plastic.
There are concerns over two types of the chocolates that have been available to buy in store and online across Australia.
They are the Solid/Filled Egg Bag 360g, and Caramel Egg Bag 160g.
Food Standards Australia and New Zealand said the recall is due to concerns the eggs may contain plastic.
"Consumers should not eat this product and should return the products to the place of purchase for a full refund," it said.
Customers are urged to contact Kmart for further information.

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