28,000 pieces of metal found in a Japanese snack have been recalled

2022-06-03 0 By

Japan’s 7-Eleven convenience store announced Monday that it will voluntarily recall 28,000 “Daifuku” snacks sold in Tokyo and other cities because metal fragments may be found inside.Japan’s Kyodo News agency and asahi Shimbun reported that the products involved were made by Hokkaido Tokkatsu Adame.On March 31, a customer complained of eating foreign objects while eating the snack.After investigation by the relevant authorities, it was found that there was a broken machine in the manufacturing plant, resulting in metal pieces mixed into the core.Up to now, this kind of dim sum has been sold to Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Niigata prefecture and other places, involving a total of 5,180 shops.At present, all stores have removed it.(Original title: 28,000 pieces of metal found in Japanese bean Daifuku dim sum are recalled.