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See’s Candy Contains Lost Ring

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ABC7/KGO reports that a worker at the See’s Candy factory lost her diamond ring while at work and she is convinced it wound up in a bag of candy. She says:

the ring belonged to her older sister who died a year and a half ago. It’s of great sentimental value. The ring is described as having three diamonds. It is white gold and also half gold.
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So, if you happen to find a real diamond ring in your bag of See’s candy (and the ring isn’t from your fiancee), contact See’s immediately and make a little old lady happy.

Full story at KGO
See’s Candies website

UPDATE: Herzberd Diamonds is now offering a $2500 diamond ring as a reward to the person that returns the ring
UPDATE2: The ring was found an returned! (Thanks, Emy)

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4 Responses to “See’s Candy Contains Lost Ring”

  1. 1
    cybele says:

    When I visited the Harry London factory they made a special point of saying that all workers had to remove ALL jewelry before going onto the factory floor, whether they handled the food or not. I guess this is why.

  2. 2
    Emy says:

    Ring was found and returned. :)

    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=local&id=3752368

  3. 3
    MARTY says:

    IF AN EMPLOYEE CAN LOOSE HER RING IN A CANDY BAG HOW MANY OTHER ITEMS HAVE BEEN LOST IN YOUR CANDY. NOT VERY SANITARY YOU THINK. WHY GLOVES ARE NOT USED IS BEON ME.
    I WOULD NEVER ORDER CANDY FROM A COMPANY THAT CANT KEEP WATCH OVER THE CLEANLYNESS OF THERE HELP.

    RESPONSE: Dude – no need to shout. I guess you never eat out, huh? :)
    –Brian

  4. 4
    Kathy says:

    Who cares what you would eat. lol Sees is the best candy in the world in my opinion. But who cares about my opinion Ha Ha

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