LAKELAND -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is sending an investigator to Polk County to retrieve lollipops found with metal fragments buried inside. The importer of the Valentine's Day lollipops pulled them from shelves nationwide Thursday after metal fragments were found baked into at least two of the lollipops. Those candies were sold at different Dollar General stores in central Florida. The Polk County sheriff's Office says an FDA investigator is arrving on Tuesday to pick up the candy so it can be analyzed.
The story says, twice, metal fragments were found in the candy. The Charlotte Sun headline writer's take: FDA to invesigate blades found in candy.
Saturday, February 16, 2008
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