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Monday, October 6, 2014

Six Types Of Candy Bars Recalled

Cal Poly Issues Voluntary Recall of Several Cal Poly Chocolates Varieties
The Cal Poly Food Science & Nutrition Department in conjunction with the Cal Poly Corporation are voluntarily recalling multiple varieties of Cal Poly Chocolates candy bars because they have the potential to be contaminated with the following undeclared allergens: peanut, milk or soy. Products may also have been exposed to microbial contamination. The products are sold at retail outlets and farmers markets around the central coast of California, at on-campus locations, and online through the Cal Poly Bookstore.
No illnesses have been reported. The voluntary recall is being initiated out of an abundance of caution. While there is no confirmation of the existence of a contaminant in the recalled products, an equipment operations failure was detected on Friday, Oct. 3, 2014. The issue was immediately resolved.
The voluntary product recall includes all:
Cal Poly Chocolates Peanut Butter Crunch Bar; UPC# 7 45711 56310 8
Cal Poly Chocolates Peppermint Crunch Bar; UPC# 7 45711 56410 5
Cal Poly Chocolates Spicy Cayenne Bar; UPC# 7 45711 56710 6
Cal Poly Chocolates Pumpkin Spice Bar; UPC# 7 45711 56610 9
Cal Poly Chocolates Olallieberry Crisp Bar; UPC# 7 45711 56810 3
Cal Poly Chocolates Crunch Bar; UPC# 7 45711 56510 2
The voluntary product recall does NOT include:
Cal Poly Chocolates Milk Chocolate Bar; UPC# 7 45711 56110 4
Cal Poly Chocolates Dark Chocolate Bar; UPC# 7 45711 56210 1
Customers who have purchased the affected product should not consume it and can bring it back to the store at which they purchased it for a full refund, or contact the Cal Poly Food Science & Nutrition Department at 805-756-2660. Customers who have health-related concerns should contact their physician.

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