August 9, 2022

Hostess Raspberry Zingers Recalled For Possible Mold

Defying all urban legends, some Hostess Raspberry Zingers are being recalled for possible mold, according to Hostess Brands, LLC. The snack cakes are being recalled because the mold may develop before the best by date.

The mold you see on the surface of a food isn’t all there is to it. Branches and strands of mold may be inside the food. And some molds can produce mycotoxins or toxins that can make you sick. Some varieties of mold can trigger allergic reactions. The recall did not state whether any illnesses or reactions have been reported to the company.

The recalled products are all Hostess Raspberry Zingers. they were sold to mass merchandisers, grocery stores, distributors, dollar and convenience stores throughout the United States.

The recalled products include Multi-Pack fresh with UPC number 888109110604 and batch number/best by date pairings H061224000/08/26/2020, H061324000/08/27/2020, H061424000/08/28/2020, and H061524000/08/29/2020. The Multi-Pack frozen with UPC number 888109110604 is recalled, with batch number H061524000.

Also recalled is Single-Serve fresh, with UPC number 888109010089 and batch number/best by date pairings H061224000/08/26/2020, H061324000/08/27/2020, and H061424000/08/28/2020. The Single-Serve frozen version with UPC number 888109010089 and batch numbers H061424000 and H061524000 is also recalled. Finally, the Hostess Raspberry Zingers Single-Serve grocery 3 count is recalled, with UPC number 888109010089, batch number H061224000, and best by date 8/26/2020.

If you purchased any of this product with those UPC number, batch number, and best by date pairings, do not eat them. Throw them away in a sealed container in a secure garbage can, or return them to the store where you bought them for a full refund. This recall does not affect any other Hostess Brands products.

Hostess Raspberry Zingers Recalled For Possible Mold

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