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Warning! Snopes Approved - Halloween Candy Warning

With the deadly outbreak in China regarding the chemical Melamine in childrens milk, it seems that Melamine has made it's way into chocolate coin candy that is being distributed to Costco and to some "dollar stores".
Sherwood brand Pirate's Gold Chocolate Coin's. They are sold in bulk candy packages and individually.
Canada has sent warnings to the public and I wanted to make sure to pass this information along. Better safe than sorry.

(*Please share this with your friends and family.*)

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13 comments:

  1. Damn, I love those coins too. Thanks for the warning though.

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  2. ARRRRGGGHHH we'll be stayin' away from the pirate coin candy, matey!!

    Many thanks for the fair warnin'.

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  3. It is so scary! I was really glad that we were no longer living in England when they recalled all the Cadburry candy. We loved (love) Cadburry UK chocolate. I wish these things wouldn't happen. Thanks for the warning.

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  4. Thank you so much for posting that! That is sooo scary! I will be on the lookout for choclate coins in British's Halloween candy!

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  5. Thanks for the warning I've added your lil bit of info here:

    http://www.lovingheartmommy.com/2008/10/halloween-specials-tips-and-valuable.html

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  6. Man you always have to watch out for China!

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  7. Yikes--thanks for sharing that, Ann! I hadn't heard about it!

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  8. I'll make sure to let my husband taste test all pirate coins...

    Seriously though, thanks for the warning. I'll pass it on.

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  9. Thanks for the info... BTW I have tagged you, so we can all learn more about what makes you tick.... .

    http://jenerbug.blogspot.com/2008/10/ouch-i-have-been-tagged.html

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  10. Shit, that's scary. Glad you posted- I'm a Dollar Store whore.

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  11. Thank you for the great PSA! Geez and I was worried about razor blades in apples...

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  12. oh goodness I didn't know this thanks for sharing

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