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Chocolate and Roast Almond flavor Koala's March

Koala's March (コアラのマーチ Koara no Māchi ?) is a bite-sized cookie snack with a sweet filling inside. It is made by the Lotte Group of Korea and was released in March 1984 as "Koala Yummies" in the United States. It is in the shape of a koala with a picture of a koala on the outside of the cookie doing various activities. There are various flavors available for the filling, such as honey, cafe latte, and banana. The two most common flavors are strawberry and chocolate, and are the only flavors available in the US along with white chocolate creme filled chocolate cookies. The snack also comes in pineapple flavor, though it is rarer than the other flavors. Koala's March has been criticized for being high in saturated fat and trans fat. Koala's March supports the Australian conservation group Australian Koala Foundation.It was created in the 90's

Relations to the Melamine-Tainted Milk Scandal

In the 2008 Chinese milk scandal of September 2008, the Koala's March cookies were recalled in both Macau and Hong Kong after Macau's Health Bureau found unsafe levels of the industrial chemical melamine in the product. Both major supermarket chains in Hong Kong, Wellcome and PARKnSHOP, promptly removed the cookies off their store shelves as a precautionary measure. [1].

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