December 4, 2016

Croissants Sold at Whole Foods Recalled for Undeclared Egg

Undeclared Allergen -2

Croissants made by Bakers of Paris and sold at Whole Foods stores in California are being recalled for undeclared egg. Consumers who have egg allergies should not eat these croissants as they run the risk of suffering a reaction if they do. At the time of the recall there had been one report of a reaction.

The Brisbane, CA-based company is recalling plain and chocolate croissants  sold individually in self-service cases and in clear plastic packs of four, because they are made with an egg wash, and eggs are not declared on the ingredient list. One allergic reaction has been reported to date.

The recalled products in the self-service case were labeled “Croissant” or “Chocolate Croissant” and have the PLU of 481976.  The recalled 4 packs of croissants have thePLU 241593, the recalled 4 packs of chocolate croissants have the PLU 241595. They have “packed on” dates of 8/16/16 or earlier and “best by” dates of 8/18/16 or earlier.

Customers affected by this recall can should discard the product and bring the receipt to the store for a full refund.

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