According to fox17online.com, the Food and Drug Administration has recalled candy because it could possibly be contaminated by Hepatitis-A.

The candy in question is the Modjeska, which in it's basic form is a marshmallow dipped in caramel. These Modjeskas that could possibly be contaminated were manufactured by Bauer’s Candies in Kentucky, and the reason that there is the fear of contamination is because a worker at the candy company tested positive for the Hepatitis-A infection.

If you have them, check your Modjeskas. According to the FDA if you bought them after November 14th, 2018, throw them away. Do not eat them.

At the moment there have been no reports of the candies causing any illness.

Get more info about the story here from fox17online.com.

 

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