The candy giant warns customers about the new caramel: “Don’t taste it”

The candy giant warns customers about the new caramel Dont

The Finnish confectionery and food group Fazer saw the light of day as early as 1891 when Karl Fazer opened the doors to his first patisserie in Helsinki.

Over time, they have grown considerably and today they are known, among other things, for several classic candies. They manufacture, among other things, the caramel Marianne, the chocolates Geisha and Dumlekola, Turkish pepper and the classic milk chocolate Karl Fazer.

At the beginning of April, however, the company announced that another product would see the light of day. In a press release, a completely new and limited product was launched in Hemmakväll’s stores.

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In another email News24 account Kathleen Daamarketing and concept manager at Hemmakväll, that the candy will only be available in 69 stores and only in 1,500 editions.

“It is exclusive to us and is available until sold out. Only via store visits,” she writes.

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Fazer manufactures several different types of candy. Photo: Bertil Ericson/TTFazer about the new candy: “Warning!”

In connection with the launch, the company also sent a series of warnings to anyone who dares to try the new caramel.

“Warning! The sweets must be kept out of the reach of children”.

They also urge some people not to put the caramel in their mouths at all.

“Do not taste the sweets if you are sensitive to strong food, allergic to pepper or capsaicin, are pregnant, breastfeeding or have heart and/or breathing problems”.

“After touching the candy, wash your hands with soap and water and do not touch your eyes or other sensitive areas”.

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