May 24, 2018

Bakery Items Recalled by Products Pacheco Inc. for Multiple Undeclared Allergens

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that Products Pacheco Inc. has recalled several branded bakery items from retail stores and supermarkets in Puerto Rico because they may contain wheat, soy, egg, milk, and the artificial colorings Red #40, Yellow #5, and Yellow #6. These common allergens were not listed on the products’ labeling. Products Pacheco Inc. is headquartered in Bayamón, Puerto Rico. Packaged either in clear plastic packages or in aluminum trays with plastic lids, the items affected by the recall were distributed to stores between December 14, 2017 and January 3, 2018. The items, their UPC numbers, and their undeclared allergens are as follows: “Mallorca” Bread (16 oz, UPC code #039941001098, soy) Bread (16 oz, UPC code #039941001012, wheat and soy) … [Read more...]

Oatmeal Cookies and Instant Coffee Products Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

In separate alerts, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that two products have recently been recalled because they contain allergens not listed on the package labeling. These recalls are for “Clover Valley® Iced Oatmeal Cookies” (which contain milk and tree nuts), and for Hong Lee Trading Inc.’s “Chao Café Vietnamese Instant Coffee Mixed 3 in 1” (which contains milk). Dollar General Corporation issued its nationwide recall of its “Clover Valley® Iced Oatmeal Cookies” after a store employee alerted the company that the 12-ounce packages were actually filled with “Clover Valley® Coconut Macaroons,” an error that occurred at the product’s manufacturing facility. These mispackaged coconut macaroons contain milk and tree nut ingredients. The recalled cookies were … [Read more...]

Mislabeled Popsicles and “Fruit” Cups Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) reports that two products have just been recalled because they may contain milk and / or egg allergens which were not declared on the product packaging. Consuming these mislabeled products may pose serious health risks to people who are allergic to the ingredients they contain. San Francisco-based California Popsicle, Inc. (dba Polly Ann Ice Cream) has announced a recall of multiple ice bar products after a customer in Canada reported suffering an allergic reaction. The ice bars, distributed to retail customers in California, New York, and Canada between 08/03/2017 and 08/31/2017, may contain milk. These products may have subsequently been distributed by their initial buyers to Chinese markets throughout the United States. The ice bar … [Read more...]

Undeclared Nuts Prompt Recalls of Aunt Beth’s Cookies and Wegmans’ Bulk Nut Crunch

In two separate recalls, the possible presence of undeclared nuts in food products have prompted their removal from store shelves. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) reports that both Aunt Beth’s Cookies (located in Mishawaka, Indiana) and First Source (headquartered in Tonawanda, New York) have issued these voluntary recalls. Aunt Beth’s Cookies recalled nine (9) varieties of cookies after it was ascertained the cookies might have been contaminated by peanuts or tree nuts during the manufacturing process; the potential presence of the nut allergens was not listed on the product labeling. These cookies were distributed through wholesalers in the states of Indiana and Illinois. Sold between January 1, 2017 and September 28, 2017, the varieties of cookies affected by the recall … [Read more...]

Cascadian Farm Organic Cinnamon Raisin Granola Recalled

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that food company General Mills has issued a nationwide recall of two production runs of its branded “CASCADIAN FARM ORGANIC CINNAMON RAISIN GRANOLA” from store shelves and customer warehouses. This cereal product may contain almonds, a nut allergen that was not mentioned on the cereal box label. The cereal boxes affected by the recall are stamped with the plant code “JK” and “BETTER IF USED BY” dates of either “20MAR2018JK” or “21MAR2018JK.” Individuals who are allergic to almonds may become ill if they eat this cinnamon raisin granola cereal. They should either throw the cereal away or return the box to its place of purchase for a replacement or complete refund. General Mills is recalling the affected packages from customer … [Read more...]

American and Caraway Rye Breads Recalled by Coborn’s, Inc.

Coborn’s, Inc. has issued a recall of its “AMERICAN RYE BREAD” and “CARAWAY RYE BREAD” products. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), these two rye bread brands may contain multiple allergens; the milk, soy, and eggs used in their manufacture were erroneously omitted from the ingredients list and allergy statements on the loaves’ packaging. Distributed to Coborn’s and Cash Wise grocery stores in the states of Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota, to Marketplace Foods stores in western Wisconsin, and to CobornsDelivers in the Twin Cities Metro area, the bread packages affected by the recall are stamped with an expiration date of September 7, 2017 or earlier. The packaging for the “AMERICAN RYE” loaves bear the UPC code 7-33147-20150-3; those for the “CARAWAY … [Read more...]

Frozen Meat Products Recalled by Blossom Foods for Undeclared Wheat and Soy

Almost 15,092 pounds of frozen beef, pork, and chicken products have been recalled by Blossom Foods, LLC because they contain wheat and soy ingredients which were not mentioned on their package labeling. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)’s Food and Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has categorized this as a “Class I / High Risk” recall. Blossom Foods, LLC is headquartered in Oakland California. The meat and poultry products were produced over the course of a year, between August 23, 2016 to August 23, 2017, and are marked with expiration dates set one year after the initial date of packaging. Distributed to institutional locations in California and Ohio, the cases bear the establishment number “EST. 51200” or “P-51200” inside the USDA mark of inspection. The products … [Read more...]

“Silver Star Chipotle Dip” Recalled for Multiple Allergens

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that Texas Legend Foods has recalled its “SILVER STAR CHIPOTLE QUESO DIP” product. Due to a breakdown in the manufacturer’s production and packaging processes, the labeling on the queso dip products did not reveal the presence of milk, cheese, and eggs in the dip. Texas Legend Foods operates out of Austin, Texas. The recalled chipotle queso dip, packaged in 16-ounce clear glass jars, was distributed nationwide to retail grocery stores. These jars were marked with the UPC code #819993005394 and one of the following lot numbers: 060AFV7A, 072AFV7A, 072AFV7B, 090AFV7A, 111AFV7A. Individuals who are allergic to milk, cheese, or eggs should not consume this chipotle queso dip. They are advised to either throw the packages away or … [Read more...]

Whole Foods Market PB&J Parfaits Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) reports that Sunneen Health Foods has recalled its “WHOLE FOODS MARKET PB&J PARFAITS” from select stores in the states of New Jersey and New York. These parfaits may contain tree nut (almond and coconut) and soy allergens that were not declared on the product labeling. Tree nut and soy ingredients may be life-threatening to those who are allergic to them, potentially causing dangerous anaphylaxis shock. The parfaits affected by the recall were distributed to and sold at Whole Foods Market stores in Englishtown, New Jersey (113 Route 9 S.), Edgewater, New Jersey (905 River Road), New York, New York (4 Union Square South and 1095 6th Avenue), and Brooklyn, New York (238 Bedford Avenue). The 8-ounce containers of the parfaits were … [Read more...]

Multiple Deli Products Recalled by Dierbergs Markets for Undeclared Allergens

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that Dierbergs Markets has issued a recall of several of its deli products. These products, distributed to retail grocery stores in eastern and central Missouri and western Illinois, may contain undeclared fish and / or milk allergens. Dierbergs Markets is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. The products affected by the recall were those containing a Caesar dressing (which contained the undeclared fish allergen / anchovies) and 2 Santa Fe wraps that contained undeclared milk / cheese. The following products have been recalled from the Dierbergs Markets store shelves: Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap (10-ounce package); “Use By” date: 7/2/17 and earlier Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad (14-ounce and 8.5-ounce packages): “Use … [Read more...]

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