‘WE APOLOGIZE’: Big recall on chocolate products sold at Costco, Longo’s and other grocery stores in Canada triggers warning to shoppers

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Some chocolate products sold at some of the country’s big-name stores are being recalled.

Costco announced it is voluntarily recalling the Kirkland Signature Chocolate Crepes (Costco item # 1324764) sold at one of its warehouse locations or on Costco.ca between August 19, 2022 and December 21, 2022.

“It has come to our attention that some crepes may be discoloured. This is not a health or food safety issue,” the company said in its recall warning.

“If you are not completely satisfied with the Kirkland Signature Chocolate Crepes, please return it to your local warehouse or simply present this notice for a full refund,” Costco said. “We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and ask you to please pass this information along to anyone to whom the Kirkland Signature Chocolate Crepes may have been given.”

Here’s a photo of Costco item 1324764, according to cocoeast.ca:

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFAI) meanwhile, said Salento Organics brand Dark Chocolate Products are being recalled due to undeclared milk.

The products, sold in Ontario by Longo Brothers Fruit Markets Inc., are being recalled due to potential food allergens.

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