See's Candies Recalls Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

See's Candies Recalls Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips

SAN FRANCISCO (KHNL) -- Right before Valentine's Day, See's Candies pulled its 16-ounce bags of See's Candies Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips off the shelves.

The company says the candies may contain undeclared traces of milk. 

People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction.

The product was distributed through See's retail shops in 16 states including Hawaii.

The product is sold in a black and white See's logo flexible bag.  This recall applies to all code dates:  30757, 31327, 32067, 33157 and 23397.

Concerned consumers who have packages of the 16-ounce candies should return them to the shops for a full refund.

If the product was received through the mail, consumers should contact See's Consumer Affairs at (800) 789-7337.

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