Life Savers, Skittles, and Starburst gummies are being recalled because some bags may contain metal strands.
Mars Wrigley Canada, makers of Skittles, Life Savers, and Starburst gummies, issued the warning after consumers complained of a very thin metal strand embedded in the gummies or loose in the bag.
According to the company, the products were sold across Canada, the United States, and Mexico. Mars Wrigley is working with retailers to remove the affected products from store shelves.
|Life Savers||Gummies, Sours||180 g||0 64900 42970 5||Starting with 139 to 201|
|Skittles||Gummies, Original||57 g||0 58496 46078 5||Starting with 139 to 218|
|Skittles||Gummies, Original||164 g||0 58496 46084 6||Starting with 139 to 218|
|Skittles||Gummies, Original||280 g||0 58496 46086 0||Starting with 139 to 218|
|Skittles||Gummies, Berry||164 g||0 58496 46088 4||Starting with 138 to 218|
|Skittles||Gummies, Berry||280 g||0 58496 46090 7||Starting with 138 to 218|
|Starburst||Gummies, Original||164 g||0 64900 43137 1||Starting with 136 to 140|
|Starburst||Gummies, Sours||164 g||0 64900 43138 8||Starting with 134 to 142|
|Starburst||Gummies, Sour Berries||164 g||0 64900 23277 0||Starting with 135 to 139|
If consumers believe they have purchased a recalled item, they should dispose of the product and not consume it. Consumers with questions can contact the company by calling 1 (800) 651-2564 or by visiting https://www.mars.com/contact-us.