June 17, 2021

Consumer Alert: Undeclared Milk in Gollo Brand “Pan Dominicano Bread”

The New York State Agriculture Commissioner alerted consumers on December 19, 2011 about undeclared milk in “Pan Dominicano (Dominican Bread)”, which was packaged and distributed by Gollo Desserts Bakery in Brooklyn, New York.

Recalled product details:

  • 7-ounce clear plastic bag with six pieces of bread
  • UPC code 96321-00220 and all other codes
  • Product sold in NYC metro, Long Island, New Jersey, and Connecticut

No illnesses have been reported in connection with this product.

The New York Department of Agriculture and Market’s food inspectors routine testing found the allergens, which were not declared on the label. U.S. law requires that any product which contains the eight major allergens: milk, wheat, soy, eggs, fish, shellfish, peanuts, and tree nuts, state that fact on the front product label.

Anyone with a milk allergy who ate the bread could suffer from serious reactions, including rashes, hives, breathing difficulties, and anaphylaxis.

Consumers can return the product to the place of purchase. If you have questions, call Gollo Desserts Bakery at 1-718-386-4110.

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