June 20, 2024

More Cookies Recalled from 7-Eleven for Undeclared Peanuts

There have been three more recalls of cookies from 7-Eleven stores because of undeclared peanuts. We are reporting on each recall separately because peanut allergies can be so serious. You can see the other recalls on this page. It’s important to note that these cookies were sold in different states. Please read each recall notice carefully and only return products if they match the UPC number, best by dates, and the states where the cookies were sold.

Recall SignageThe first recall was issued on April 26, 2016 for 7-Eleven Fresh to Go Cookies by Glenn Wayne Wholesale Bakery. The other manufacturers of the recalled cookies are Bakery Express and CSM Bakery Solutions.

Bakery Express of Southern California of Fullerton, CA is recalling 7-Eleven Fresh to Go brand cookies for undeclared peanuts. These cookies were distributed and sold throughout Southern California including Los Angeles, San Diego, and Bakersfield 7-Eleven stores. You can see the long list of best by dates of the recalled products at the FDA web site. No illnesses have been reported to date.

The recalled cookies include 7-Eleven Fresh to Go Chocolate Chunk Cookie with UPC number 052548558741 in a 4 ounce, clear plastic film with two cookies per package. Also recalled are 7-Eleven Fresh to Go Oatmeal Raisin Cookie with UPC number 052548558758, and 7-Eleven Fresh to Go Peanut Butter Cookie with UPC number 052548585570. Those cookies are also packaged in a clear plastic 4 ounce bag.

If you purchased any of these products, with the best by dates specified in the FDA recall notice, 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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