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Hershey’s recalls chocolate shell topping

Hershey’s is recalling its Chocolate Shell Topping — after studying that some 1,700 bottles have been mistakenly full of an almond-based ingredient, the FDA mentioned Wednesday.

The voluntary recall was made to guard individuals with allergy symptoms or extreme sensitivities to almonds, in response to the discharge.

The recall utilized to the 7.25-ounce bottle with UPC (346000), the feds mentioned.

The merchandise in query have been shipped throughout the nation between April 15 and Could 3, 2021, and have the product code 25JSAS1.

No sicknesses have been reported so removed from the product, the FDA mentioned.

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