Tesco, Asda and Morrisons recall popular Mars chocolates that are 'unsafe to eat' - full list

Asda Tesco supermarkets

Tesco, Asda and more have shared warnings

Sarra Gray

By Sarra Gray

Published: 04/12/2023

- 09:21

Updated: 04/12/2023

- 13:19

Mars has recalled batches of three popular chocolate treats

Britons have been urged to check their cupboards after chocolates were pulled from shelves.

Various packs of Revels were recalled by Mars as they could be dangerous to consume.

Some of the products are sold in supermarkets including Tesco, Asda and Morrisons, with the retailers sharing their warnings for customers.

The recall is specific to treats sold in England, Scotland and Wales.

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Revels® More to Share

Pack size 205g

Batch code 344G2SLO00 345B1SLO00

Best before 27 October 2024, 3 November 2024, 10 November 2024

Revels® Pouch

Pack size 112g

Batch code 344E1SLO00, 344E2SLO00, 344F1SLO00, 344F2SLO00, 345D2SLO00, 345E1SLO00, 345E2SLO00, 345F2SLO00, 345G1SLO00, 346C1SLO00

Best before 27 October 2024, 3 November 2024, 10 November 2024

Revels® Treat Bag (price marked pack)

Pack size 71g

Batch code 344G2SLO00

Best before 27 October 2024, 3 November 2024, 10 November 2024

The batches listed could contain rubber which would make them unsafe to eat.

Mars stated: "Mars Wrigley UK is taking the precautionary step of recalling a limited number of Revels® 205g More to Share Revels® 112g Pouch and Revels® 71g Treat Bag in the UK with the specific best before date detailed above due to the potential presence of very small pieces of rubber.

"No other Mars Wrigley brands, products, batch codes or best before dates are affected."

The Food Standard Agency added: "Mars Wrigley UK recalls various Revels® products because they may contain small pieces of rubber, making them unsafe to eat."

Anyone who has bought one of the affected packs should contact Mars Wrigley Consumer Care to arrange a refund.

Mars Revels

Some batches of Revels have been recalled


Supermarkets and food companies will recall and withdraw items when they are known to present a risk.

Tesco warns vegetables could be "unsafe to eat" after a dangerous contamination.

Those shopping in stores can return the affected item for a full refund.

Lidl has withdrawn food from its shelves as it contained sulphites not listed on the label.

This could cause a serious health risk, resulting in hives and sickness in extreme cases.

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