Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Voluntary Recall of Nestle KitKat Chunky 48g Peanut Butter Flavor

People get so excited when there are new products out in the market. That's totally okay, as long as you are sure of the quality of the product and reputation of the company selling the product. During manufacturing, many things can happen. Sometimes there are incidents that compromises the quality of the end product. Even the quality control officers sometimes missed that. The only thing to realize that is when it ended on the hands of the consumers.

KitKat Chunky Peanut Butter Flavor 

Just recently, it was reported in United Kingdom that there were consumers who found plastic in Nestle KitKat Chunky 48g Peanut Butter Flavor. Fortunately, there are no complaints on such thing in the Philippines. No other kinds of KitKat bear the same problem.

Nestle voluntarily withdraw the KitKat Chunky 48g Peanut Butter Flavor in the market. The following batches were affected:

  • 23650457H
  • 22940457H
  • 22950457H
If you purchased the mentioned product with the given batch codes, please contact Nestle hotlines at 
(02) 8980061 (Metro Manila) and 1-800-100-637853 (provincial areas). They are open 24 hours a day, 
from Mondays to Sundays.

The public may also send inquiries to FDA Philippines official e-mail address,
Source: FDA Philippines

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  1. whoa! that's good to know. it's scary to hear stories like this. but it's great that the company voluntarily recalled the products.

  2. Oh no, that's very alarming sis. To those who love kitkat, watch out!

  3. It's a good thing that Nestle voluntarily recalled the said products so as not to pose any more danger to consumers. Accidents happen even in the strictest process that is why it is important that corrective measures are done swiftly.

  4. Great job by Nestle to pull out the product mentioned. Though, the company suffers much in terms of profit but they are more concern with the consumers safety. Kudos to Nestle.

  5. Worse could happen on manufacturing companies. So better watch what we eat... :)

  6. Thanks for the info, Len. I so love Kitkat. It's a good thing that the company did a voluntary recall.

  7. At least Nestle Philippines voluntary pulled out the products from the market without waiting for complaints. That is the safest thing to do to protect the consumers and so is the product's brand name.


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