“We are working closely with our retail partners to remove any potentially impacted products from stores,” a spokesperson from Mars Wrigley Canada said in a statement to CNN Business. The recall was put out amid customer complaints, but the company said in a statement it isn’t aware of any illnesses or injuries caused by the metal strands.
The US Sun has reached out to Mars Wrigley but did not hear back by the time of publication. MARS Wrigley recalled several gummy candies due to the possibility of thin metal shards in the candy and the bags. Skittle Gummies, Starburst Gummies, and Life Saver gummies are among those that were recalled, reports CNN. Mars Wrigley said they aren’t aware how many bags of candy may have been affected. The company voluntarily recalled the gummies in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
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