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Sweets are recalled by Sussex firm due to sulphites
8:40am Sunday 17th March 2013 in News
A chocolate maker has been forced to recall a number of its products over fears they could trigger an asthma attack.
Montezuma’s, which has a factory in Chichester as well as a store in Brighton, has recalled a number of products with best before dates from May 1 to November 1 because they contain sulphites which aren’t mentioned on the label.
Some people with asthma are sensitive to sulphites and relatively small amounts may trigger an asthma attack.
Products recalled are Mango chutney sweets, Supertwist sweets, Sunshine sweets and Tequila cube sweets.
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