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FSA warns about Cali-Gold chocolate bars bought in Nottinghamshire making people ill

The Food Standards Agency is warning people not to eat ‘Cali-Gold’ chocolate bars that have been on sale in the Nottinghamshire area.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is urging people not to eat a chocolate bar called ‘Cali-Gold’, which has been available for sale at Mansfield Market in Nottinghamshire.

Tina Potter, Head of Incidents, Food Standards Agency said:

‘We are working with local authorities, the UK Health Security Agency and Nottinghamshire Police to investigate an incident following reports of illness after eating Cali-Gold chocolate.

‘If you have purchased ‘Cali-Gold’ chocolate from Mansfield Market in Nottinghamshire you should not consume the product and dispose of it at home.

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‘If you have already eaten it and developed symptoms, then you should urgently seek medical attention.’

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