ANOTHER warning went out today about deadly sweets.
West Yorkshire Trading Standards are joining forces with the Food Standards Agency and environmental health departments to advise children not to buy or eat certain brands of mini-cup fruit jellies.
The sweets have been linked to death by choking of a number of children worldwide.
Because of the potential choking hazard of jelly confectionery containing Konjac, such products were banned in the UK in April last year.
But more of these sweets have come into Britain. They are:
ABC Mini Fruit Bites in assorted flavours
These jelly products are sold individually in dome-shaped plastic cups about the size of a coffee creamer, with a rounded edge or from 1kg plastic jars. Konjac is in the ingredients list.
Cocode Nut Jellies sell in 408g bags. These sell in 408g bags in mango, taro, longan and guei ling gau flavours. The brand name is not in English. Konjac is in the ingredients list.