Food Alert for Nuts in Dark Chocolate from Spain

The Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (Aesan) has warned of the presence of undeclared almonds in different dark chocolates from Spain.

The agency attached to the Ministry of Consumer Affairs has issued a press release in which it is explained that the said ingredient is not specified in the labeled of the product, which is dark chocolate without added sugars in 125 grams and 300 grams presentation, of different brands and lots, containing the allergen almond not included in the labeling.

As a precautionary measure, it is recommended to those people who present any kind of allergy or intolerance to almond to refrain from consuming the above mentioned product. However, the consumption of this producer does not entail any risk for the rest of the population that does not have allergy or intolerance to this nut, Aesan specifies.

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The product, in its 125-gram presentation, has been marketed in establishments in the following autonomous communities:

  1. Andalusia.

  2. Aragon.

  3. Asturias.

  4. Cantabria.

  5. Castilla-La Mancha.

  6. Castile and Leon.

  7. Catalonia.

  8. Navarra.

The product, in its 300-gram presentation, has been marketed in establishments in the following autonomous communities:

  1. Andalusia.

  2. Aragon.

  3. Asturias.

  4. Cantabria.

  5. Castilla-La Mancha.

  6. Castile and Leon.

  7. Catalonia.

  8. Valencian Community.

  9. Extremadura.

  10. Madrid.

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