The sale of "soup-tasting“ Kinder chocolate eggs, brought into Lithuania from Poland by Lithuanian company Eugesta, has been banned by the country's State Food and Veterinary Service.
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Eugesta has been ordered to recall them, and a probe has been launched following a complaint from one consumer saying that the candy tasted like soap.

Eugesta has brought 14,400 packs of Kinder eggs from Ferrero Polska Commercial. Consumers can return them to venues of trading.

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