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Harry London Candies and Macy's Issue Nationwide Allergy Alert on Frango® Cheggs Chocolate and Chocolate-Covered Egg-Shaped Candies


Jim Sluzewski


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- Cincinnati, OH -- March 23, 2007 -- Frango® Cheggs branded Mint Chegg, Double Chocolate Chegg, Marshmallow Chegg, Peanut Butter Chegg, Caramel Chegg and Toffee Chegg Egg confectionary Products are being recalled. They contain egg product (egg whites) and milk, which have not been disclosed on their labels. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs, egg whites, or milk run the risk of a serious or life threatening allergic reaction if they consume the Products. The Products may also contain corn starch, dextrose, Red #40, Yellow #6, and Blue #2. The Products were sold at Macy's Department Stores. No illnesses or injuries have been reported to date.

The Products are packaged in 4 and 8 ounce packages and have one of the following bar code numbers on them:

The following bar coded number candy products contain undeclared egg products (egg whites):


The following bar coded number candy products contain undeclared egg products and milk:


Working in cooperation with the FDA, the Companies will also issue an alert through The Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network (www.foodallergy.org). Consumers with the allergies identified in this Alert should avoid contact with, and consumption of, the Product, and have it destroyed by a non-allergic person. Consumers with questions may call toll-free 1-800-321-0444 Monday through Friday 8:30 am-5:00 EDT and ask for customer service.


Photos: Harry London Frango® Peanut Butter Chegg

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