If your children brought home candy with their Valentine's Day cards you need to examine the candy immediately.
Another Chinese recall is being announced, not for lead as many other items in the past have been, but for metal fragments.
A Chinese candy maker has recalled some of its lollipops after metal fragments were found inside at least two of the candies.
Sherwood brands recalled all of its "Pokemon Valentine's Cards and Pops" Thursday.
The candies were purchased from different stores near Lakeland, Florida, but the recall is nationwide.
Authorities believe the metal was likely inserted before the candy hit store.
One customer reports a razor in one lollipop and what appears to be the remains of a staple in another piece.
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