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Kinder Chocolate Bars Found to Contain Likely Carcinogens

Kinder Chocolate Bars Found to Contain Likely Carcinogens


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A food safety watchdog found high levels of mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons, a likely carcinogen, inside the European candy

Kinder chocolate bars are more popular in Germany, Italy, and the UK than the United States.

A German watchdog agency, Food watch, has determined that Kinder chocolate bars — made by the Italian confectionary company Ferrero, and not to be confused with the American-made KIND snack and granola bars — are made with carcinogenic ingredients. The watchdog company found high levels of mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH) in several Kinder products from Ferrero, sold in Aldi, a German supermarket chain.

“MOAH…can cause cancer and damage the human genome,” Food Watch said in a statement.

According to the European Food Safety Authority, consumption of MOAHs are “likely” to be “carcinogenic and mutagenic.”

Since the report came out there have been calls for the recall of the popular candy bars. The group claims that they told the candy manufacturers about the high levels of MOAH and asked them to recall the candy, but they refused.

“The manufacturer is guilty of gross negligence. Instead of clearing the dangerous candy from the shelves and warning consumers, they (haven’t).”

The Daily Meal has contacted Ferrero for more information.


Calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients

THERE are calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients.

Food Watch, a German watchdog, tested the much-loved treats for mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), a dangerous, potentially cancer-causing carcinogen.

Their jaw-dropping research found there were high levels of MOAH – a byproduct of the oil refining process – in products from Ferrero, Lindt and Rübezhal, which sells in Aldi.

A spokesperson for Food Watch commented: “MOAH…can cause cancer and damage the human genome.”

The group claims they told the manufacturers about the study results before they were made available to the public and requested that the bars be recalled – which was refused.

“The manufacturer is guilty of gross negligence,” the spokesperson added.

“Instead of clearing the dangerous candy from the shelves and warning consumers, they (haven’t).”

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According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), MOAHs are “likely” to be “carcinogenic and mutagenic”.

But a statement from Ferrero said that traces of mineral oil “exist nearly everywhere in the environment”.

They believe the ingredient could have been transferred into the chocolate via recycled packaging, printing inks or transportation.

The statement continued: “Ferrero would like to reassure that all Ferrero products are created with the utmost quality and attention to product safety always in accordance with all local strict food law legislations.”

As well as Kinder Riegel bars, lobbyists are also calling for Lindt’s Fioretto Nougat Minis to be withdrawn from shelves and production lines.

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Calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients

THERE are calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients.

Food Watch, a German watchdog, tested the much-loved treats for mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), a dangerous, potentially cancer-causing carcinogen.

Their jaw-dropping research found there were high levels of MOAH – a byproduct of the oil refining process – in products from Ferrero, Lindt and Rübezhal, which sells in Aldi.

A spokesperson for Food Watch commented: “MOAH…can cause cancer and damage the human genome.”

The group claims they told the manufacturers about the study results before they were made available to the public and requested that the bars be recalled – which was refused.

“The manufacturer is guilty of gross negligence,” the spokesperson added.

“Instead of clearing the dangerous candy from the shelves and warning consumers, they (haven’t).”

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According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), MOAHs are “likely” to be “carcinogenic and mutagenic”.

But a statement from Ferrero said that traces of mineral oil “exist nearly everywhere in the environment”.

They believe the ingredient could have been transferred into the chocolate via recycled packaging, printing inks or transportation.

The statement continued: “Ferrero would like to reassure that all Ferrero products are created with the utmost quality and attention to product safety always in accordance with all local strict food law legislations.”

As well as Kinder Riegel bars, lobbyists are also calling for Lindt’s Fioretto Nougat Minis to be withdrawn from shelves and production lines.

More from The Sun


Calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients

THERE are calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients.

Food Watch, a German watchdog, tested the much-loved treats for mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), a dangerous, potentially cancer-causing carcinogen.

Their jaw-dropping research found there were high levels of MOAH – a byproduct of the oil refining process – in products from Ferrero, Lindt and Rübezhal, which sells in Aldi.

A spokesperson for Food Watch commented: “MOAH…can cause cancer and damage the human genome.”

The group claims they told the manufacturers about the study results before they were made available to the public and requested that the bars be recalled – which was refused.

“The manufacturer is guilty of gross negligence,” the spokesperson added.

“Instead of clearing the dangerous candy from the shelves and warning consumers, they (haven’t).”

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KINDER SURPRISE

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SUGAR CHUMPS

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ROCKY HORROR SHOW

According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), MOAHs are “likely” to be “carcinogenic and mutagenic”.

But a statement from Ferrero said that traces of mineral oil “exist nearly everywhere in the environment”.

They believe the ingredient could have been transferred into the chocolate via recycled packaging, printing inks or transportation.

The statement continued: “Ferrero would like to reassure that all Ferrero products are created with the utmost quality and attention to product safety always in accordance with all local strict food law legislations.”

As well as Kinder Riegel bars, lobbyists are also calling for Lindt’s Fioretto Nougat Minis to be withdrawn from shelves and production lines.

More from The Sun


Calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients

THERE are calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients.

Food Watch, a German watchdog, tested the much-loved treats for mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), a dangerous, potentially cancer-causing carcinogen.

Their jaw-dropping research found there were high levels of MOAH – a byproduct of the oil refining process – in products from Ferrero, Lindt and Rübezhal, which sells in Aldi.

A spokesperson for Food Watch commented: “MOAH…can cause cancer and damage the human genome.”

The group claims they told the manufacturers about the study results before they were made available to the public and requested that the bars be recalled – which was refused.

“The manufacturer is guilty of gross negligence,” the spokesperson added.

“Instead of clearing the dangerous candy from the shelves and warning consumers, they (haven’t).”

Related Stories

KINDER SURPRISE

Health hacks

SUGAR CHUMPS

Life is Sweet

ROCKY HORROR SHOW

According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), MOAHs are “likely” to be “carcinogenic and mutagenic”.

But a statement from Ferrero said that traces of mineral oil “exist nearly everywhere in the environment”.

They believe the ingredient could have been transferred into the chocolate via recycled packaging, printing inks or transportation.

The statement continued: “Ferrero would like to reassure that all Ferrero products are created with the utmost quality and attention to product safety always in accordance with all local strict food law legislations.”

As well as Kinder Riegel bars, lobbyists are also calling for Lindt’s Fioretto Nougat Minis to be withdrawn from shelves and production lines.

More from The Sun


Calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients

THERE are calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients.

Food Watch, a German watchdog, tested the much-loved treats for mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), a dangerous, potentially cancer-causing carcinogen.

Their jaw-dropping research found there were high levels of MOAH – a byproduct of the oil refining process – in products from Ferrero, Lindt and Rübezhal, which sells in Aldi.

A spokesperson for Food Watch commented: “MOAH…can cause cancer and damage the human genome.”

The group claims they told the manufacturers about the study results before they were made available to the public and requested that the bars be recalled – which was refused.

“The manufacturer is guilty of gross negligence,” the spokesperson added.

“Instead of clearing the dangerous candy from the shelves and warning consumers, they (haven’t).”

Related Stories

KINDER SURPRISE

Health hacks

SUGAR CHUMPS

Life is Sweet

ROCKY HORROR SHOW

According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), MOAHs are “likely” to be “carcinogenic and mutagenic”.

But a statement from Ferrero said that traces of mineral oil “exist nearly everywhere in the environment”.

They believe the ingredient could have been transferred into the chocolate via recycled packaging, printing inks or transportation.

The statement continued: “Ferrero would like to reassure that all Ferrero products are created with the utmost quality and attention to product safety always in accordance with all local strict food law legislations.”

As well as Kinder Riegel bars, lobbyists are also calling for Lindt’s Fioretto Nougat Minis to be withdrawn from shelves and production lines.

More from The Sun


Calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients

THERE are calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients.

Food Watch, a German watchdog, tested the much-loved treats for mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), a dangerous, potentially cancer-causing carcinogen.

Their jaw-dropping research found there were high levels of MOAH – a byproduct of the oil refining process – in products from Ferrero, Lindt and Rübezhal, which sells in Aldi.

A spokesperson for Food Watch commented: “MOAH…can cause cancer and damage the human genome.”

The group claims they told the manufacturers about the study results before they were made available to the public and requested that the bars be recalled – which was refused.

“The manufacturer is guilty of gross negligence,” the spokesperson added.

“Instead of clearing the dangerous candy from the shelves and warning consumers, they (haven’t).”

Related Stories

KINDER SURPRISE

Health hacks

SUGAR CHUMPS

Life is Sweet

ROCKY HORROR SHOW

According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), MOAHs are “likely” to be “carcinogenic and mutagenic”.

But a statement from Ferrero said that traces of mineral oil “exist nearly everywhere in the environment”.

They believe the ingredient could have been transferred into the chocolate via recycled packaging, printing inks or transportation.

The statement continued: “Ferrero would like to reassure that all Ferrero products are created with the utmost quality and attention to product safety always in accordance with all local strict food law legislations.”

As well as Kinder Riegel bars, lobbyists are also calling for Lindt’s Fioretto Nougat Minis to be withdrawn from shelves and production lines.

More from The Sun


Calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients

THERE are calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients.

Food Watch, a German watchdog, tested the much-loved treats for mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), a dangerous, potentially cancer-causing carcinogen.

Their jaw-dropping research found there were high levels of MOAH – a byproduct of the oil refining process – in products from Ferrero, Lindt and Rübezhal, which sells in Aldi.

A spokesperson for Food Watch commented: “MOAH…can cause cancer and damage the human genome.”

The group claims they told the manufacturers about the study results before they were made available to the public and requested that the bars be recalled – which was refused.

“The manufacturer is guilty of gross negligence,” the spokesperson added.

“Instead of clearing the dangerous candy from the shelves and warning consumers, they (haven’t).”

Related Stories

KINDER SURPRISE

Health hacks

SUGAR CHUMPS

Life is Sweet

ROCKY HORROR SHOW

According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), MOAHs are “likely” to be “carcinogenic and mutagenic”.

But a statement from Ferrero said that traces of mineral oil “exist nearly everywhere in the environment”.

They believe the ingredient could have been transferred into the chocolate via recycled packaging, printing inks or transportation.

The statement continued: “Ferrero would like to reassure that all Ferrero products are created with the utmost quality and attention to product safety always in accordance with all local strict food law legislations.”

As well as Kinder Riegel bars, lobbyists are also calling for Lindt’s Fioretto Nougat Minis to be withdrawn from shelves and production lines.

More from The Sun


Calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients

THERE are calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients.

Food Watch, a German watchdog, tested the much-loved treats for mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), a dangerous, potentially cancer-causing carcinogen.

Their jaw-dropping research found there were high levels of MOAH – a byproduct of the oil refining process – in products from Ferrero, Lindt and Rübezhal, which sells in Aldi.

A spokesperson for Food Watch commented: “MOAH…can cause cancer and damage the human genome.”

The group claims they told the manufacturers about the study results before they were made available to the public and requested that the bars be recalled – which was refused.

“The manufacturer is guilty of gross negligence,” the spokesperson added.

“Instead of clearing the dangerous candy from the shelves and warning consumers, they (haven’t).”

Related Stories

KINDER SURPRISE

Health hacks

SUGAR CHUMPS

Life is Sweet

ROCKY HORROR SHOW

According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), MOAHs are “likely” to be “carcinogenic and mutagenic”.

But a statement from Ferrero said that traces of mineral oil “exist nearly everywhere in the environment”.

They believe the ingredient could have been transferred into the chocolate via recycled packaging, printing inks or transportation.

The statement continued: “Ferrero would like to reassure that all Ferrero products are created with the utmost quality and attention to product safety always in accordance with all local strict food law legislations.”

As well as Kinder Riegel bars, lobbyists are also calling for Lindt’s Fioretto Nougat Minis to be withdrawn from shelves and production lines.

More from The Sun


Calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients

THERE are calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients.

Food Watch, a German watchdog, tested the much-loved treats for mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), a dangerous, potentially cancer-causing carcinogen.

Their jaw-dropping research found there were high levels of MOAH – a byproduct of the oil refining process – in products from Ferrero, Lindt and Rübezhal, which sells in Aldi.

A spokesperson for Food Watch commented: “MOAH…can cause cancer and damage the human genome.”

The group claims they told the manufacturers about the study results before they were made available to the public and requested that the bars be recalled – which was refused.

“The manufacturer is guilty of gross negligence,” the spokesperson added.

“Instead of clearing the dangerous candy from the shelves and warning consumers, they (haven’t).”

Related Stories

KINDER SURPRISE

Health hacks

SUGAR CHUMPS

Life is Sweet

ROCKY HORROR SHOW

According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), MOAHs are “likely” to be “carcinogenic and mutagenic”.

But a statement from Ferrero said that traces of mineral oil “exist nearly everywhere in the environment”.

They believe the ingredient could have been transferred into the chocolate via recycled packaging, printing inks or transportation.

The statement continued: “Ferrero would like to reassure that all Ferrero products are created with the utmost quality and attention to product safety always in accordance with all local strict food law legislations.”

As well as Kinder Riegel bars, lobbyists are also calling for Lindt’s Fioretto Nougat Minis to be withdrawn from shelves and production lines.

More from The Sun


Calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients

THERE are calls for Kinder chocolate bars to be recalled amid fears they contain deadly ingredients.

Food Watch, a German watchdog, tested the much-loved treats for mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), a dangerous, potentially cancer-causing carcinogen.

Their jaw-dropping research found there were high levels of MOAH – a byproduct of the oil refining process – in products from Ferrero, Lindt and Rübezhal, which sells in Aldi.

A spokesperson for Food Watch commented: “MOAH…can cause cancer and damage the human genome.”

The group claims they told the manufacturers about the study results before they were made available to the public and requested that the bars be recalled – which was refused.

“The manufacturer is guilty of gross negligence,” the spokesperson added.

“Instead of clearing the dangerous candy from the shelves and warning consumers, they (haven’t).”

Related Stories

KINDER SURPRISE

Health hacks

SUGAR CHUMPS

Life is Sweet

ROCKY HORROR SHOW

According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), MOAHs are “likely” to be “carcinogenic and mutagenic”.

But a statement from Ferrero said that traces of mineral oil “exist nearly everywhere in the environment”.

They believe the ingredient could have been transferred into the chocolate via recycled packaging, printing inks or transportation.

The statement continued: “Ferrero would like to reassure that all Ferrero products are created with the utmost quality and attention to product safety always in accordance with all local strict food law legislations.”

As well as Kinder Riegel bars, lobbyists are also calling for Lindt’s Fioretto Nougat Minis to be withdrawn from shelves and production lines.

More from The Sun


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