The sweets have been recalled nationwide. FSAI
Product Recall

Jelly sweets recalled from Irish shops due to choking risk caused by additives

The FSAI has requested that retailers remove the sweets from sale immediately.

SWEETS AND JELLY straws from a brand called ABC have been recalled from Irish shops by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) due to the sweets posing a choking risk caused by the presence of unauthorised gel-forming additives. 

ABC Assorted Jelly Straws and ABC Assorted Jelly Fruity Sweets are now subject to a nationwide recall. 

sweets Consumers are being advised not to eat the products.

Recall notices are to be displayed in retail premises where the products have been sold. 

The FSAI is requesting that retailers remove the sweets from sale, and consumers are advised not to eat them. 

The sweets, which have been sold in Ireland, were produced in Taiwan. 

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