More than a million Cadbury chocolate bars are being taken off the shelves over fears they may be contaminated with salmonella.
The company said it had agreed to recall seven of its most popular products in the UK after consultation with the Food Standards Agency.
The affected products are the 250g Dairy Milk Turkish, Dairy Milk Caramel and Dairy Milk Mint bars, the Dairy Milk 8 chunk, the 1kg Dairy Milk bar, the 105g Dairy Milk Buttons Easter Egg, and the 10p Freddo bar.
A Cadbury spokesman said: "This is being done purely as a precautionary measure, as some of these products may contain minute traces of salmonella.
"Cadbury has identified the source of the problem and rectified it, and is taking steps to ensure these particular products are no longer available for sale."
He added: "Cadbury expects to have fresh stocks of these products back on the market in the near future."
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