USA: Marigold Foods recalls chocolate milk on vitamin D excess
Marigold Foods Inc. of Minneapolis has recalled whole chocolate milk products made at its Cedarburg plant. The products were made with an excess of vitamin D and so do not match product specifications. The recall only affects whole chocolate milk, not lowfat or skim milk, the company stressed. The products affected retail under the Kemps and Wilke brands and were distributed only in eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. The recall does not affect gallon or half-gallon sizes.
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