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"The Food Standards Agency has today issued a food alert about novelty food products from China, including chocolate-flavoured 'willy spread', containing melamine.
Melamine is an industrial chemical that should not be present in food. Milk products containing melamine have been at the centre of a major food incident in China.
An Agency spokesperson said: 'This is a first. We’ve never had to put out an alert before on "willy spread" – chocolate-flavoured or otherwise. But on a serious note, if anybody has used any of the affected products they shouldn’t worry, the risk from the melamine in these products is low and it is very unlikely to be harmful.'
The levels of melamine detected in the affected products were 126mg/kg, 153mg/kg and 259mg/kg respectively. The European Commission has said that products found with more than 2.5mg/kg must be withdrawn from the market and destroyed.
The products were manufactured in Zhongshan, China by Le Bang and imported into the UK by Scobie (Llarn) Ltd. They have been sold to a number of Ann Summers premises in the UK.
Scobie (Llarn) Ltd has removed the affected products from sale."