June 20, 2024

7-Eleven Cookies Sold in Florida Recalled for Peanuts

Bakery Express of Central Florida is recalling select 7-Eleven Fresh to Go Cookies because they may contain undeclared peanuts. No illnesses have been reported to date. There are three other recalls for this same issue; you can see the other recall notices here.

7-Eleven Sugar Cookie Peanut RecallAnyone who is allergic to peanuts could have a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they eat these products. This recall is for cookies that were distributed to 7-Eleven convenience stores in the state of Florida.

The cookies are packed in a clear plastic film, 2 cookies per package, labeled “Fresh to Buy” and have “best by” date codes of Friday 4/22/16, Saturday 04/23/16, and Sunday 04/24/16 on the front label. They include 7-Eleven Fresh to Go Sugar Cookies made with M&M chocolate candy with UPC number 052548558765. The lot code and best by dates are: 041916 and 4/24/16, 042016 and 4/24/16, and 012116 and 4/24/16.

Also recalled are 7-Eleven Fresh to GO Peanut Butter Cookies with UPC number 052548585570. The lot codes and best by dates are 041916 and 4/24/16, 042016 and 4/24/16, and 042116 and 4/24/16. These are the codes and dates provided by the FDA, even though they do not seem to match.

If you purchased these cookies and are allergic to peanuts, do not eat them. Throw them away or return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

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