September 26, 2018

Kwik Trip Recalls Bakery Items for Plastic Pieces

According to the FDA’s Weekly Enforcement Report for the week of February 24, 2016, Kwik Trip is recalling eleven different bakery items because they may contain pieces of plastic. Apparently, plastic contaminated ice nuggets were used as an ingredient to make the doughs, which creates a choking hazard. The recalled products include all lots manufactured prior to but not including 1/13/2016. They were distributed in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa.

Cinnamon BagelThey are Glazers Doughnuts, 6 pk in cardboard bakery box (fresh) with number 3977904033 040337; Plain Long Johns with number 9999954013, 540138, shipped frozen; Filled Long Johns with number 9999954006, 540062; Jelly Bismark with number 9999954008, 540088; Custard Bismarck with number 9999954007, 540070; Triple Choc Bismark with number 9999954048, 540484; and Cinnamon Cinnsations in 19 ounce packages with number 3977953052, 530530. Also recalled are Persian with number 9999954011, 540112, frozen; KBS Bagel Cinnamon Crunch Bagel with number 9999953939, 539160; KBS Cinn Raisin Bagel with number 9999953937, 539158; and KBS Plain Bagel with number 9999953936, 539157.

If you purchased any of these products, do not eat them. Throw them away or return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

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