Lidl recall chocolate bars that may contain undeclared peanuts

Lidl is recalling six packs of Mister Choc Choco and Caramel Bars as a precaution, in case they contain undeclared peanuts.

There are concerns that some bars containing nuts may have been placed in incorrect packaging which don't carry a nut allergy warning on the label.

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland says the affected batches have ‘Best Before’ codes of January 2020.

Customers are advised to return the product to the store where they bought it.

More on this topic

Grocery spending tops €2.5bn in run-up to Easter

Lidl rolls out £1.50 boxes of damaged but edible fruit and veg to British stores

The Lidl Christmas Coach creates an easy-cook Christmas

The Lidl Christmas Coach meets the Cork couple keeping it traditional

More in this Section

Man tells rape trial sex was consensual

Gsoc to investigate Garda treatment of civil employee over sick notes

Judges’ salary boosts draws criticism

Ireland to give €5m to help Palestinian refugees


Hozier adds more believers to his church after Cork gig

Simply off the wall: Your go-to guide to shelving

Peter Dowdall shares his top 4 flower picks to add a splash of summer colour to your garden

Ask a counsellor: ‘Why does my husband hate that our daughter’s dating a man going through divorce?’

More From The Irish Examiner