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24 January - England: Harrods has withdrawn its Chinese New Year Gold Coins bags because they contain milk and soya, that are not mentioned on the label.
Products have been made in factory that uses nut ingredients, which is not mentioned in precautionary allergen labelling.
Harrods Chinese New Year Plush Teddy with Gold Coins come in a pack size of 80g and a 'Best before' date of 23 December 2014.
These products contain milk and soya and may contain nuts making them a possible health risk for those who are allergic to milk, soya and/or nuts or have an intolerance to milk or its constituents.
The products will be relabelled with the correct allergen information and placed back on the market.
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