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December 23, 2000

Nieman Marcus Recalls Caramel Apple Ornaments

Dallas, TX (SafetyAlerts) - Neiman Marcus has announced a voluntary recall of Mrs. Prindables caramel apples packaged with winged Santa, snowman and girl ornaments.  The ornaments are made of styrene plastic and can emit a strong odor making the nuts and the chocolate around the apples taste rancid which may induce nausea and vomiting.

The caramel apple ornaments were sold exclusively at Neiman Marcus for $22 with UPC# 3498617001.

Neiman Marcus stores nationwide excluding Neiman Marcus stores in Bal Harbour, Fl and Palm Beach, Fl. sold these units from November 2000 through December 2000 for $22. Neiman Marcus is making every effort to contact its customers to inform them of the recall.  No other Mrs. Prindables apples are affected.

Consumers should not eat these apples and should return the entire product to any Neiman Marcus store for a full refund. If customers have any questions, please call Neiman Marcus toll free at 1-800-634-6267.

Notice of this product warning was sent via email to SafetyAlerts subscribers December 23, 2000.  For more information regarding the SafetyAlerts free email alert service please click here.

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