URGENT RECALL On Co-op Hollow Milk Chocolate Bunny

URGENT RECALL On Co-op Hollow Milk Chocolate Bunny

Have you purchased a Co-op Hollow Milk Chocolate Bunny? If so, DO NOT EAT IT! Co-op have issued an urgent recall on its Hollow Milk Chocolate Bunny due to an alleged product tampering, where a small battery was found in the product.

This obviously presents a risk to health and so these Chocolate Bunnies could be potentially unsafe. As well as a choking hazard, swallowing a battery can result in burns too.

Product: Co-op Hollow Milk Chocolate Bunny
Pack size: 120g
Batch codes: All date codes

What to do if you have one... Do not eat it - return it to your nearest Co-op store for a full refund. You do not need a receipt. Alternatively you can contact their Customer Relations Team on 0800 0686 727.

Co-op had to issue a recall of Chocolate Santas because of the same problem of batteries being found inside.

You can read the full recall and further information on the Food Standards Agency website here.

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  • Jaye1

    I can't believe it's happened again. I was one of the people that found two batteries in the chocolate santas. I called co-op today to be told they don't know how its happening. The factory has installed an X-ray machine and all cctv is being looked over. They should never have made the Easter bunny chocolates if the santa issue wasn't resolved. I dread to think what would of happened if I havent of found them tiny batteries. I just pray no one gets harmed by them x co-op has a lot of explaining to do that's for sure!