Food firm recalls lead-contaminated lollipops
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updated 3:34 a.m. CT, Sat., May 2, 2009
CALEXICO, California - A California-based food distribution company is recalling candy imported from Mexico because it contains high levels of lead.
King Midas Inc. said Friday it is warning stores to stop selling Hola Pop, a caramel lollipop with a salted apricot in the center. The candy also comes in other fruit flavors.
The company says recent analysis of Hola Pop by the California Department of Public Health found that the candy contained a high level of lead. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THE STORY