July 17, 2024

Foods Recalled for Possible Metal Material and Undeclared Soy

Two foods have recently been recalled by the FDA. One is ice cream recalled for broken metal in the processing equipment; the other is for undeclared soy in potato chips. No illnesses, injuries, or allergic reactions have been reported to date in either case. The first recall is for two types of ice cream cups sold at H-E-B stores in Texas for metal. The products were not distributed in the Houston area.  The recalled products are Creamy Creations Orange Lime Sherbet Cup in 12 count/ 3 ounce packages. The UPC number on the product is 4122081930 and the code date is 12/09/2018. Also recalled is Creamy Creations Vanilla Chocolate Cups in 12 count/ 3 ounce packages. The UPC number on that product is 4122081931 and the code date is 12/10/2018. The second recall is for Utz Carolina Style … [Read more...]

Gourmet Concha Bread Recalled by Daisy’s Bakery for Undeclared Milk

Packages of Daisy's Bakery, Inc.’s “Gourmet Concha Bread” sweet bread have been recalled due to the presence of undeclared milk, one of the major food allergens. According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), the recall was announced after the company discovered that an error in its packaging processes resulted in a mislabeling of the product. Daisy's Bakery, Inc. is located in Clifton, New Jersey. The seashell-shaped sweet bread was distributed through direct delivery to retail stores in the states of Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, and North Carolina. The four-ounce, clear plastic packages containing the concha bread were stamped with the lot numbers 441, 442, 443, 444, 445, 446, 447, 448, 449, 450, 451, 452, 453, 454, 455, 456, 457, 458, 459, 460, 461, 462, 463, … [Read more...]

Undeclared Milk Causes Several Recalls of Cereal, Dark Chocolate

The presence of milk, one of the major food allergens, not declared on labels has caused the recall of several products, according to the FDA. No illnesses have been reported in connection with any of these recalls, according to the notices. Colorado Nut Company is recalling Cashew Cranberry Cherry Jubilee, Oat Bran Nutty Crunch, Honey Nutty Granola, Peanut Delight, and Frontier Trail Mix because of undeclared milk. These products were distributed from June 1, 2017 through November 7, 2017 with a sell by date range from December 1, 2017 through May 7, 2017. The states where these products were sold include Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. They were sold at car … [Read more...]

More Recalls of Dark Chocolate as Holidays Approach

Consumers who are allergic or sensitive to the milk allergen should be extra-careful in purchasing or consuming dark chocolate products as the holidays arrive over the next few weeks. After GKI Foods recalled their dark chocolate products on October 27, 2017, dozens of other secondary recalls have been announced in a cascading domino effect. These items all contain the milk allergen, which is not stated on the product labeling. We will continue to report upon these new recalls as they are issued. 21st Century Snack Foods, headquartered in Ronkonkoma, New York, has recalled its “Dark Chocolate Almonds” product, packaged in a 6-ounce bag and distributed to all fifty states. The recalled almonds are stamped with the UPC code #030603 228549; the affected lot numbers are 16100 through … [Read more...]

Inspirations Classic Red Skin Potato Salad Recalled for Undeclared Egg

A.S.K. Foods, Inc. has just recalled a single lot of its “TASTE OF INSPIRATIONS CLASSIC RED SKIN POTATO SALAD” from the Hannaford Supermarkets where it is sold. According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, this potato salad may contain eggs, which were not mentioned on the package labeling. A.S.K. Foods, Inc. is headquartered in Palmyra, Pennsylvania. The potato salad affected by the recall were distributed to Hannaford Supermarkets in the states of Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont. It was packaged in 16-ounce clear plastic containers stamped with a “SELL BY” date of “10-20-17 4909-1” and the incorrect UPC code 25439 98422. The labeling error occurred when the ingredient and nutrition label from a different product, “Taste of Inspirations Rotini … [Read more...]

Whole Foods Recalls Apple Cinnamon Hand Pies for Undeclared Egg

Thirteen Whole Foods Market stores in the states of Arizona, California, and Nevada have recalled packages of “APPLE CINNAMON HAND PIES.” The U.S. Food & Drug Administration reports that these baked goods may contain eggs, which were not listed on the product labeling. The hand pies affected by the recall were packaged in plastic containers stamped with the PLU number 23646100000 and “Best By” dates of October 15, 2017 or earlier. They were sold at stores in Phoenix, AZ, La Jolla, CA, Los Angeles, CA, Oxnard, CA, Sherman Oaks, CA, Thousand Oaks, CA, Torrance, CA, Venice, CA, Henderson, NV, and Las Vegas, NV. People who are allergic to eggs run the risk of potentially life-threatening illness should they eat these hand pies. The packages should be either disposed of or returned to … [Read more...]

Jansal Valley® Dried Chili De Arbol Peppers Recalled for Undeclared Peanuts

Sid Wainer & Son® has just recalled its “Jansal Valley® Dried Chili De Arbol Peppers” product. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) reports that these dried chili peppers may contain peanuts, an allergen that was not identified on the labeling of their clear plastic clamshell containers. Sid Wainer & Son® is headquartered in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The dried chili de arbol peppers were distributed to retail grocery store chains across the United States. The individual 1-ounce containers, packaged in cases containing 12 units each, were stamped with the “Best By” dates of 9/11/2018, 9/22/2018, and 9/26/2018. People who are allergic to peanuts run the risk of life-threatening illness if they ingest these dried chili de arbol peppers. They have been advised to throw … [Read more...]

Raisin Bran Recalled Nationwide by Whole Foods Market

The (FDA) reports that Whole Foods Market has issued a nationwide recall for its “365 EVERYDAY VALUE ORGANIC RAISIN BRAN.” This so-called “raisin bran” contains peanuts that were not declared on the product labeling due to a packaging error in which the raisin bran boxes were filled with “Peanut Butter Cocoa Balls” cereal instead of raisin bran. Peanuts can be a life-threatening allergen for many people, causing dangerous illness or anaphylaxis shock if consumed. In fact, peanut allergies can be the most deadly. People who are allergic to peanuts should either throw the boxes away or return them, along with their receipt, to their place of purchase for a refund. The cereal boxes affected by the recall were shipped to Whole Foods Market stores across the United States. This cereal was … [Read more...]

Tampico® Brand Tropical Punch Recalled for Undeclared Milk

Dean Dairy has announced a recall in the states of Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin of its gallon-size bottles of Tampico® Tropical Punch. According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), the tropical punch was accidentally mixed with milk during the manufacturing process; the presence of this milk in the adulterated punch product is not mentioned on the product labeling. The bottles of tropical punch affected by the recall were stamped with a “Best By” date of 12-27-17, the plant code “1738,” and the UPC code “095188031281.” People who are allergic to milk may experience life-threatening anaphylaxis shock if they drink this tropical punch product. The bottles should be disposed of or returned to their place of purchase for exchange or a full refund. … [Read more...]

Waterfront Bistro Tartar Sauce Recalled for Mislabeling and Undeclared Egg

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that Silver Spring Foods, Inc. has recalled its “WATERFRONT BISTRO TARTAR SAUCE” product. This tartar sauce may contain egg, an allergen that was not listed on the product labels on the back of the bottles. This mislabeling occurred when the labels for another product produced by the company, “Hot Cocktail Sauce,” were inadvertently attached to the tartar sauce containers. Silver Springs Foods shipped the mislabeled tartar sauce to the following stores: Albertsons, Amigos, Jewel-Osco, Lucky, Market Street, Pak N Save, Pavilions, Randall’s, Safeway, Shaw’s, Star Market, Super Saver, Tom Thumb, United Supermarkets, and Vons. These stores operate in the states of Arizona, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, … [Read more...]

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