Last month, Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin alerted consumers to the recall of teddy bears with chocolate bars sold at Walgreens. The product was recalled because the chocolate bars may contain melamine, which is a definite health risk. The recall involves 173 teddy bears with chocolate bars. Walgreens described the product as an approximately nine-inch high Dressy Teddy Bear with a four-ounce chocolate bar. The product’s UPC number is 047475864485, and the product tag also includes the item number 291332. The bears have been sold in Walgreens stores since late September 2008. Analysis by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found that certain samples of the chocolate bars provided with the teddy bears were contaminated with melamine. Customers who purchased the product should return it to the Walgreens for a full refund. But more importantly the chocolate bars should be kept away from children.
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