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Salmonella Identified in Chocolate Bars Distributed to at Least 20 Countries

Salmonella Identified in Chocolate Bars Distributed to at Least 20 Countries

Chocolate products distributed throughout Europe have been recalled after testing positive for salmonella

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The bars were produced for a number of different companies and major supermarkets.

Chocolate wafer bars manufactured in the Netherlands and distributed to at least 20 countries — including Australia, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Sweden, Switzerland, and the U.K. — were found to contain salmonella, the European Commission has warned.

An update later included Belarus, Croatia, Estonia, Iceland, the Ukraine, Norway, and Spain among the countries affected.

The bars were sold under a number of different labels, including Valeo Foods and Bakers Delight, and for different grocery chains like Tesco and Asda. Affected items were sold under the names Cosenza Gluten Free Crispy Chocolate Wafers, Atkins Chocolate Break, Twin Bar, “Free From” Belgian Chocolate Wafers, and several others.

Companies distributing the affected products have initiated recalls, and production in the Netherlands has been shut down for the time being, the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority confirmed.

At this point, it is unknown when the contaminated facility will resume production.


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Life can be tough as a cocoa farmer. The price of cocoa beans has slumped in recent years despite high demand. Disease and age are damaging cocoa trees and it’s hard to attract young people into farming, after all who would want to be a cocoa farmer in an industry with such poor prospects?

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Chocolate

Choosing Fairtrade chocolate means you’re putting fair pay and more power into the hands of farmers and workers to invest in their communities and fight the effects of climate change.

Life can be tough as a cocoa farmer. The price of cocoa beans has slumped in recent years despite high demand. Disease and age are damaging cocoa trees and it’s hard to attract young people into farming, after all who would want to be a cocoa farmer in an industry with such poor prospects?

Fairtrade cocoa farmers in places like Ivory Coast and Ghana earn the Fairtrade minimum price for their crop, plus a Fairtrade Premium. It means they can cover household costs like education, food and health care and invest the extra Premium in projects to benefit the whole community, such as clean water or new classrooms.


Chocolate

Choosing Fairtrade chocolate means you’re putting fair pay and more power into the hands of farmers and workers to invest in their communities and fight the effects of climate change.

Life can be tough as a cocoa farmer. The price of cocoa beans has slumped in recent years despite high demand. Disease and age are damaging cocoa trees and it’s hard to attract young people into farming, after all who would want to be a cocoa farmer in an industry with such poor prospects?

Fairtrade cocoa farmers in places like Ivory Coast and Ghana earn the Fairtrade minimum price for their crop, plus a Fairtrade Premium. It means they can cover household costs like education, food and health care and invest the extra Premium in projects to benefit the whole community, such as clean water or new classrooms.


Chocolate

Choosing Fairtrade chocolate means you’re putting fair pay and more power into the hands of farmers and workers to invest in their communities and fight the effects of climate change.

Life can be tough as a cocoa farmer. The price of cocoa beans has slumped in recent years despite high demand. Disease and age are damaging cocoa trees and it’s hard to attract young people into farming, after all who would want to be a cocoa farmer in an industry with such poor prospects?

Fairtrade cocoa farmers in places like Ivory Coast and Ghana earn the Fairtrade minimum price for their crop, plus a Fairtrade Premium. It means they can cover household costs like education, food and health care and invest the extra Premium in projects to benefit the whole community, such as clean water or new classrooms.


Chocolate

Choosing Fairtrade chocolate means you’re putting fair pay and more power into the hands of farmers and workers to invest in their communities and fight the effects of climate change.

Life can be tough as a cocoa farmer. The price of cocoa beans has slumped in recent years despite high demand. Disease and age are damaging cocoa trees and it’s hard to attract young people into farming, after all who would want to be a cocoa farmer in an industry with such poor prospects?

Fairtrade cocoa farmers in places like Ivory Coast and Ghana earn the Fairtrade minimum price for their crop, plus a Fairtrade Premium. It means they can cover household costs like education, food and health care and invest the extra Premium in projects to benefit the whole community, such as clean water or new classrooms.


Chocolate

Choosing Fairtrade chocolate means you’re putting fair pay and more power into the hands of farmers and workers to invest in their communities and fight the effects of climate change.

Life can be tough as a cocoa farmer. The price of cocoa beans has slumped in recent years despite high demand. Disease and age are damaging cocoa trees and it’s hard to attract young people into farming, after all who would want to be a cocoa farmer in an industry with such poor prospects?

Fairtrade cocoa farmers in places like Ivory Coast and Ghana earn the Fairtrade minimum price for their crop, plus a Fairtrade Premium. It means they can cover household costs like education, food and health care and invest the extra Premium in projects to benefit the whole community, such as clean water or new classrooms.


Chocolate

Choosing Fairtrade chocolate means you’re putting fair pay and more power into the hands of farmers and workers to invest in their communities and fight the effects of climate change.

Life can be tough as a cocoa farmer. The price of cocoa beans has slumped in recent years despite high demand. Disease and age are damaging cocoa trees and it’s hard to attract young people into farming, after all who would want to be a cocoa farmer in an industry with such poor prospects?

Fairtrade cocoa farmers in places like Ivory Coast and Ghana earn the Fairtrade minimum price for their crop, plus a Fairtrade Premium. It means they can cover household costs like education, food and health care and invest the extra Premium in projects to benefit the whole community, such as clean water or new classrooms.


Chocolate

Choosing Fairtrade chocolate means you’re putting fair pay and more power into the hands of farmers and workers to invest in their communities and fight the effects of climate change.

Life can be tough as a cocoa farmer. The price of cocoa beans has slumped in recent years despite high demand. Disease and age are damaging cocoa trees and it’s hard to attract young people into farming, after all who would want to be a cocoa farmer in an industry with such poor prospects?

Fairtrade cocoa farmers in places like Ivory Coast and Ghana earn the Fairtrade minimum price for their crop, plus a Fairtrade Premium. It means they can cover household costs like education, food and health care and invest the extra Premium in projects to benefit the whole community, such as clean water or new classrooms.


Chocolate

Choosing Fairtrade chocolate means you’re putting fair pay and more power into the hands of farmers and workers to invest in their communities and fight the effects of climate change.

Life can be tough as a cocoa farmer. The price of cocoa beans has slumped in recent years despite high demand. Disease and age are damaging cocoa trees and it’s hard to attract young people into farming, after all who would want to be a cocoa farmer in an industry with such poor prospects?

Fairtrade cocoa farmers in places like Ivory Coast and Ghana earn the Fairtrade minimum price for their crop, plus a Fairtrade Premium. It means they can cover household costs like education, food and health care and invest the extra Premium in projects to benefit the whole community, such as clean water or new classrooms.


Chocolate

Choosing Fairtrade chocolate means you’re putting fair pay and more power into the hands of farmers and workers to invest in their communities and fight the effects of climate change.

Life can be tough as a cocoa farmer. The price of cocoa beans has slumped in recent years despite high demand. Disease and age are damaging cocoa trees and it’s hard to attract young people into farming, after all who would want to be a cocoa farmer in an industry with such poor prospects?

Fairtrade cocoa farmers in places like Ivory Coast and Ghana earn the Fairtrade minimum price for their crop, plus a Fairtrade Premium. It means they can cover household costs like education, food and health care and invest the extra Premium in projects to benefit the whole community, such as clean water or new classrooms.


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