Hershey's Is Recalling Its Chocolate Shell Topping
Hershey's Chocolate Shell Topping was recalled because 1,700 bottles were mistakenly filled with Heath Shell Topping, which contains almonds.
Unknowingly consuming this product if you have a nut allergy or sensitivity might be life-threatening.
Between April 15 and May 3, 2021, 7.25-ounce bottles were sent countrywide. No bottles bought before April 15 and no other Shell Topping flavours are affected.
The problem was uncovered "due to a single mistake at a contract manufacturing plant," Hershey said.
"Consumers who purchased Hershey's Chocolate Shell Topping after April 15 with lot code 25JSAS1 should not consume the product," the company says.
"Instead, call Hershey Consumer Relations for a full refund at 1-866-528-6848 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST or visit www.askhershey.com."
Even a tiny amount of almonds or tree nuts might cause an allergic response (FARE). After intake, symptoms might appear minutes to hours later.
Almond allergies can include stomachaches, runny noses, itchy eyes, rashes, and tingling lips and tongues.
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