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Hong Kong CFS Advises Against Consuming Recalled Magnum Ice Cream Sticks

by Alice

The Centre for Food Safety (CFS) in Hong Kong has issued a warning to the public regarding a batch of Magnum Classic Ice Cream Sticks (3x100ml) that may contain metal pieces. This warning comes in response to a recent recall initiated in the United Kingdom.

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The affected batch has a best-before date of November 2025 and includes the following batch numbers: L3324, L3325, L3326, L3327, and L3328.

While a preliminary investigation by the CFS indicates that these specific batches were not imported into Hong Kong, the Centre is taking precautionary measures. Importers and retailers have been instructed to halt sales and usage of the affected product immediately.

Citizens who may have purchased the recalled ice cream sticks overseas are strongly advised not to consume them.

The CFS will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as necessary.

This incident highlights the importance of food safety and vigilance, particularly when purchasing food products abroad. Consumers are encouraged to check for recall notices and follow safety guidelines to ensure their well-being.

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