HEADLINE – Toxic Waste Bars Have Hazardous Levels Of Lead, Recalled
LOS ANGELES – Candy bars called “Toxic Waste Chew Bars” have been recalled because a sample lot was found to have high levels of lead – 0.24 parts per million, as opposed to the FDA tolerance of 0.1ppm.
“We clearly labeled those candy bars as Toxic Waste,” said Vinnie Slimp, Vice President of Marketing for Circle City Marketing and Distributors, producers of Toxic Waste Chew Bars.
“It states quite clearly on the wrapper that the ingredients include three kinds of lead, arsenic, dioxin, chromium 6, spent nuclear fuel and there is also a clear warning that the candy may contain traces of tree or ground nuts,” Slimp said.
“It isn’t our fault when someone ignores these clear warnings and actually eats that stuff,” Slimp concluded.
Circle City Marketing and Distributors is also recalling “Deadly Poison Gum Drops” which they also produce and market.
Both Toxic Waste Chew Bars and Deadly Poison Gum Drops are manufactured in China.
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