Taipec Ltd recalls packs of 'Yuki & Love' mango flavoured and litchi flavoured jelly due to potential choking hazard
Taipec Ltd recalls packs of 'Yuki & Love' mango flavoured and litchi flavoured jelly because the products contain konjac powder which is not permitted as an ingredient in jelly confectionery products as it presents a choking hazard.
|'Yuki & Love' Mango Jelly|
|Best before||30 July 2018, 7 November 2018, 17 January 2019|
|'Yuki & Love' Litchi Jelly|
|Best before||3 September 2018, 17 January 2019|
The above products contain konjac powder which presents a choking hazard.
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