King's Potong ice cream voluntarily recalled by importer after metal nut found in one: AVA

The importer of King's Ice Confections is voluntarily recalling a range of products after a metal nut was found in a Potong Red Bean Ice Confection bar.
The importer of King's Ice Confections is voluntarily recalling a range of products after a metal nut was found in a Potong Red Bean Ice Confection bar.PHOTO: AVA

SINGAPORE - A range of King's Ice Confection products has been voluntarily recalled by its importer after a customer reported finding a metal nut in one bar.

The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) said in a statement on Tuesday (Aug 23) that it has been working with the importer to investigate the matter after a member of the public reported finding the foreign object in a King's Potong Red Bean Ice Confection bar last Thursday (Aug 18).

The importer has voluntarily recalled King's Ice Confection products with expiry dates before July 22, 2018, as a precautionary measure.

The affected products have Malaysia listed as their country of origin.

Customers are advised not to consume the recalled Potong range, which includes red bean, black glutinous rice/yam, durian, red bean & cempedak, and teh tarik flavours. King's Fruity Lime Surprise is also part of the recall.

Those who have enquiries or wish to exchange products in their possession should contact F&N Creameries Singapore by phone at 6261-3133 or e-mail at icecream-sg@fnnfoods.com.