Alcoholic ice lollies recalled

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Kwik Save supermarket chain yesterday ordered the recall of a faulty batch of ice lollipops which ferment into alcohol, after a mother gave them to her two young children.

The supermarket chain has cleared Frozzy icepops from its shelves after fears that children around the country could have eaten them. The product, made by Magna confectioners in Shropshire, was made with a faulty recipe, which meant the lollies contained 5 per cent alcohol.

Lynne Bradburn of Manchester gave the icepops to her children aged four and six, before discovering that they tasted like gin.