LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Some heart-shaped boxes of See’s chocolates may contain candy that could make people with nut allergies ill, the San Francisco-based confectionaire said.

See’s issued an “allergy alert on undisclosed nuts” after it discovered a red heart-shaped box containing an incorrectly labeled chocolate base among boxes that were correctly marked.

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People who consume the incorrectly labeled candy and are allergic to coconut, almonds, walnuts or pecans run the risk of a serious or life-threatening reaction, See’s said. It did not say if the candy presented any issues for non-allergic persons, however there have not been any reports of illness related to the candy.

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See’s will refund the purchase price for returns. The affected 8-ounce “Classic Red Hearts With Assorted Chocolates” have a bar code of 737666091201 and a stamped date of “LAN 048/15.”

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