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Halloween candy recall: Mega Pops lollipops, Raisinets recalled

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The FDA has recalled Mega Pops lollipops and Raisinets Fun Size 10 oz bags candy just days before trick-or-treaters head out to collect their Halloween candy.

Mega Pops brand lollipops may contain traces of foreign particles and the manufacturer, Colombina SA, claims there is no health risk but is pulling the product from store shelves. The product is distributed in retail stores across the United States and come in 14 oz and 28 oz cellophane bags in watermelon, cherry, orange and grape flavored pops.

Affected Mega Pops can be identified by UPC Code numbers 0 14272 10873 9 or 0 14272 10862 3, and are in lots marked as Lot #1240695, Lot #1209708, or Lot #1209796.

Customers who return the product to the store where they purchased the product may receive a refund or store credit for the purchase price of the product. Customers with questions can call toll-free to 1-888-317-3686.

Raisinets Fun Size packages recalled: The FDA has issued a nationwide recall for Raisinets Fun Size 10 oz bags of candy as some may contain undeclared peanuts. The Nestle Raisinets are in fun sized packages that may have been purchased by consumers for Halloween at Target, Shop Rite and Don Quixote retail stores in the US.

The only product involved is Nestlé Raisinets Fun Size Bags (10oz) with a production code of 02015748/UPC number 2800010255. No other Nestlé products are impacted. Do not return the recalled product to a retailer. Instead Nestle is asking that consumers contact Nestlé Consumer Services directly at 1-800-478-5670 for a full refund.

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