Four rottweilers attack a 3-year-old boy in a garden on Sportlaan in Nieuw-Buinen, 23 Aug 2016 (Photo: Screenshot/YouTube) - Credit: Four rottweilers attack a 3-year-old boy in a garden on Sportlaan in Nieuw-Buinen, 23 Aug 2016 (Photo: Screenshot/YouTube)
Health warning issued over Tony’s chocolate bars
The Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority issued a health warning over Tony's Chocolonely chocolate bars with hazelnut. According to the Authority, the chocolate bars may contain traces of peanuts, even if it is not stated on the packaging, which can be dangerous to people with peanut allergies. People with peanut allergies are advised not to eat the chocolate bars. Customers can return the chocolate to the manufacturer for a refund. If you are not allergic to peanuts, the chocolate is still safe to eat. Peanut allergy is the most common food allergy and also considered one of the most dangerous. Even a small amount of peanuts can make an allergic person very sick. In extreme cases it can even be fatal.