Nestle RECALLS Kit Kat bars, some could contain glass pieces

Nestle RECALLS Kit Kat bars, some could contain glass pieces

If you’ve recently purchased a Kit Kat, don’t eat it just yet: Nestle South Africa says it is recalling some of its Kit Kat products due to the possibility that they may contain pieces of glass.
The voluntary recall covers only products with specific production codes that are on the label.
“To date, we have not received any complaints or reported injuries,” it said in a statement on Thursday. “We are taking this action out of an abundance of caution having discovered the presence of small pieces of glass during our quality and safety checks,” the food company said.


Nestle Kit Kat 2 Finger Milk 36x20g UTZ MB with these production codes: 13590177, 13600177, 13620177, 13630177, 13640177, 13650177, 20010177, 20100177, 20110177, 20100177, 20110177
Mini Bag Milk 32x200g UTZ with these production codes: 20120177, 20010177, 20020177, 20030177, 20080177, 13620177, 13600177, 13610177
The affected products will have a best-before date of either 30 September 2022, or 31 October 2022. If you have indeed bought one of the affected products, you can return it to where it was purchased and will be issued a refund.
Consumers who may have purchased any of the products have been encouraged to send a Whatsapp to 0860 096 116, or email, or reach out to it on social media.

“We are currently investigating what went wrong. Having spotted the problem, we took steps immediately to fix it. We have put in place extra measures to further strengthen our quality and safety checks to make sure it does not happen again”
“The quality and safety of our products are the top priority for our company. We understand that people will be concerned and apologise unreservedly to them. We are working closely with the national department of health — food control directorate and will continue to co-operate with them fully on this voluntary recall,”
Nestle South Africa

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