Dairy-Laden 'Vegan' Chocolate Recalled By Coles

Consumers can return the products for a full refund
Contaminated Dark Chocolate
The recall applies to too 100 gram Coles Sugar Free Dark Chocolate and Coles Sugar Free Dark Chocolate with Almond and Cranberry bars

Australian supermarket chain Coles has recalled two chocolate products carrying the label 'suitable for vegans' after discovering that both contain dairy.

Recalled

Recalled products include the 100 gram portions of Coles Sugar Free Dark Chocolate and Coles Sugar Free Dark Chocolate with Almond and Cranberry - no matter the date of production.

Coles has apologised to consumers for 'any inconvenience' the error may have caused.

Chocolate Bar Recall
The company advises anyone who may experience health complications to seek help from a medical professional

'Undeclared allergen'

The 'undeclared allergen' also puts those with dairy allergies and intolerances at risk.

The company has advised that anyone who may have health complications seek medical help immediately.

Full refund

Coles has offered a full refund to anyone who has purchased the incorrectly labelled bars.

In-store customers can return the bars to a Coles location of their choice.

Online customers should are advised to call Coles Online at 1-800-455-400.

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