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Company voluntarily recalls chocolate bunny ears

Bissinger's Dark Chocolate Bunny Ears have been recalled. (Source: FDA) Bissinger's Dark Chocolate Bunny Ears have been recalled. (Source: FDA)
(WAFF) -

Karl Bissinger's LLC announced a recall of its Dark Chocolate Bunny Ears because one lot was mislabeled and contains undeclared milk.

The product is labeled as Bissinger's Dark Chocolate Bunny Ears and are packaged in a clear film with an ingredient card.

The chocolate was distributed to retailers and wholesalers in the U.S. from Jan. 28 to April 4. Those retailers have been asked to destroy the product and report it to Bissinger's for a full refund.

According to the Food and Drug Administration, no adverse reactions have been reported for a milk allergen in connection with the candy.

The recall was initiated after a customer discovered milk chocolate products in the dark chocolate product packaging. The dark chocolate labels do not list milk as an ingredient.

Customers may call 800-325-8881, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to discuss questions or concerns.

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