Product Description - Mexican (Chaca Chaca) candy bars are made from apple pulp and chili powder that delights the palates of children and adults.
Product Defect - The Chaca Chaca candy bars contain lead amounts three to four times that allowed by the FDA and can result in lead poisoning.
Product Status - Despite the U.S. ban on Chaca Chaca bars from entering the country, these candy bars are still being manufactured and produced in Mexico. People should use caution when purchasing candy and check the manufacturing location of the candy.
If you are presently consuming or have eaten Chaca Chaca bars you should see your doctor immediately. If you have suffered injuries as a result, you should contact an experienced products liability attorney who can help you recover damages for your injury.
Last Modified: 07-24-2012 03:54 PM PDTLaw Library Disclaimer
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