Holiday Candy Recalled Due To Deadly Contamination

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When customers purchased Cranberry Sweets & More's Mint Meltaways for the holidays, they received more quantities than they were told.

Now the company has recalled all the candies because peanuts were used in them and when the candy comes in contact with an allergic person, than the result in too bad.

Lot #032123 of the recalled product was distributed to retail outlets in Oregon and Washington and sold by mail order to customers across the country beginning on September 21, 2022.

The product was offered in 4-oz and 8-oz transparent cellophane wrappers without a UPC code.

If you know someone who is allergic to candy, please pass this information to them as soon as possible.

The face of candy can also be used for skin problems and mouth problems such as hives, redness, swelling, itching, diarrhea, stomach cramps, nausea, or vomiting.

Other symptoms of peanut allergy include difficulty breathing, inflammation of the throat, a fast drop in blood circulation, pale complexion, bluish lips, dizziness, and dizziness.

Consumers trust the producer to accurately represent the company's ingredients on the label.

In this case, it is clear that the firm did not do all possible to ensure the veracity of the data it provided to its clients.

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