Health warns of the presence of ingredients not labeled in Spanish in some Milka brand chocolate tablets

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The Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (Aesan) has issued a food alert in which it warns of an error in the labeling of a famous Milka chocolate. Specifically, it is the batch OOV0432741 of the chocolate tablets Milka 250G Mmmax Luflée Caramelwith expiration date of April 6, 2024 and weight of 250 grams.

The reason for the alert is the presence of ingredients not labeled in Spanish in some of the tablets. Apparently, due to a packaging error, they have used a packaging corresponding to the markets of Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany and Austria, instead of Spain, which means that it is not easy to recognize allergens in other products language, so it is not suitable for consumption by people allergic to milk, hazelnut or soy.

As a precautionary measure, people who are allergic and/or intolerant to any of the ingredients of this product, who may have it in their homes, are recommended to refrain from consuming it.

According to the information available, the initial distribution has been carried out in the autonomous communities of Andalusia, Aragon, Catalonia, Cantabria, Madrid and the Valencian Community, although it is not ruled out that there may be redistributions to other autonomous communities.

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