WARNING: Major Recall Issued, ALL Parents BE AWARE!


Here is a report that you all need to be aware of especially ahead of Halloween!

A particular candy is being recalled due to the hazard of choking to death.

Apparently the candy’s rolling ball can dislodge from the product into a child’s mouth, posing a choking hazard or death.

In fact, one 7-year-old girl has died.

Here’s the report:

Cocco Candy and KGR Distribution Recall Cocco’s Candy Rolling Candy Due to Choking Hazard; One Death Reported

Washington, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Asaf Gida d/b/a Cocco Candy, of Turkey, and KGR Distribution Corp., of Passaic, New Jersey, are announcing the recall of about 145,800 Cocco Candy Rolling Candy in various flavors.

The candy’s rolling ball can dislodge and become trapped in a child’s throat, posing a fatal choking risk.

CPSC has received one report of a 7-year-old girl who choked and died after the candy’s rolling ball dislodged and became trapped in her throat in New York in April 2023.

Consumers should stop using the recalled rolling candy immediately, take it away from children and contact KGR Distribution Corp. for a refund.

This recall involves Cocco Candy’s Rolling Candy consisting of 2 fluid ounces in various flavors including Sour Strawberry, Sour Tutti Frutti, and Sour Cola.

The Rolling Candy was manufactured in Turkey.

KGR Distribution Corp. is the sole importer and distributor. KGR Distribution Corp. sold the rolling candy to stores nationwide and online at www.kgrcandies.com from May 2022 through March 2023 for about $2.50.

Contact KGR toll-free at (888) 802-8823 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, by email at Recall@kgrdistribution.com or online at www.kgrcandies.com and click on “Recall Information” at the top of the page for more information. KGR is contacting all known purchasers directly. The consumer will receive a refund of $2.50, or the amount on the purchase receipt if higher, issued through PayPal, Zelle, or by check (if requested).

If you have this candy throw it away or get a refund.

Consumers should stop using the recalled rolling candy and take it away from children.

The GOP Times reports on another recall that was issued involving Slime Licker Sour Rolling Liquid Candy which can cause choking due to its rolling ball detaching from it easily. Candy Dynamics’ recalled around 70 million units of this product after receiving two reports of balls becoming detached while consumed by people with no injuries reported so far.

This product had been available since June 2015 until July 2023 with “TOXIC WASTE” or “MEGA TOXIC WASTE” brand labels on Blue Razz (blue), Strawberry (red), Sour Apple (green) and Black Cherry (pink) packages manufactured in Spain or Colombia respectively.

It is important for parents or guardians to be aware of any potential issues related to treats they give their children during holidays such as Halloween which is coming up soon.

Make sure you double check all your sweet purchases before allowing kids access as some products may not be safe for consumption despite being marketed directly towards them.


Please share this information with everyone you know immediately.

You could save a trick-or-treaters life!

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