December 8, 2019

Cookies and Pita Chips Recalled For Allergic Reactions

Two recalls have been issued , one for Whole Foods Market Hipster Chipster Cookies for undeclared milk, eggs, and walnuts; and the other for Stacy’s Pita Chips for undeclared milk. One allergic reaction was reported for the cookies, and another for the chips.

Frito-Lay’s Stacy’s Simply Naked Pita Chips are being recalled because 228 bags were “inadvertently filled” with another flavor of pita chips, potentially exposing consumers to undeclared milk. Anyone who is allergic to milk, and anyone with lactose intolerance can become ill if they eat this product.

The chips are sold in 7-1/3 ounce bags. The use by date on that product is 23 APR 2019. A nine-character manufacturing code of 65M127902 is on the package stamped below the use by date. The bags have the UPC number 028400564632 on the bottom right side of the back of the bag. No other Stacy’s products or flavors are recalled.

The second recalled product is Santa Rosa Whole Foods Market Hipster Chipster Cookies, for undeclared milk, walnuts, and eggs. These products were sold at the Whole Foods Market store at 1181 Yulupa Avenue in Santa Rosa, California.

The bakery product was sold in a six pack size with UPC number 0247449 006990 and sell by dates through 02/04/19. All affected product has been removed from store shelves. This recall was initiated when the consumer reported an allergic reaction to the FDA. The recall notice did not state which allergen caused the reaction.

If you purchased either of these products and are allergic to the respective allergens, don’t eat them. Throw them away or take them back to the store for a refund.

Stacy's Pita Chips Recall


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