Food Recalls – 02/19/2020

Food Recalls - 02/19/2020

(UnitedVoice.com) – Food manufacturers across the country usually try their hardest to make sure they provide their customers with the best product possible. Sometimes things happen, and something is released to the public that shouldn’t be. Here are the recent recalls from this week that you should watch out for.

Gourmet International and Butlers Chocolates – 02/13/2020

Gourmet International and Butlers Chocolates have issued a recall of almost 200 units of their 3.5-ounce Irish Whiskey Dark Chocolate bars because of an undeclared milk allergen. Anyone with a milk allergy or sensitivity that eats the bars could suffer a serious allergic reaction.

The bars were sold in specialty food stores in California, Indiana, Connecticut, Maryland, Illinois, Minnesota, Michigan, Missouri, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Washington, Texas and Wisconsin.

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The bars involved in the recall have an expiration date of 08/16/2020 and a lot code of 101048778.

Consumers are being asked to return the chocolate bar for a full refund.

Save A Lot – 02/13/2020

Save A Lot is recalling their 4.5-ounce Sharp Yellow Cheddar Cheese, Cherry Juice Infused Dried Cranberries and Roasted Sea Salted Cashews Snackers because of undeclared peanut allergens. The cardboard sleeves were placed on the wrong packages and actually contain Pepper Jack Cheese, Raisins and Honey Roasted Peanuts.

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The snack packs were sold in Wisconsin, Florida, West Virginia, Illinois, Virginia, Indiana, Tennessee, Iowa, Ohio, Kansas, Missouri, Mississippi, Michigan and Kentucky.

The packages have a UPC code of 51933-36243 and a use-by date of 04/24/2020.

If you purchased this product, please return it to Save A Lot for a full refund.

CJ Foods – 02/15/2020

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CJ Foods is voluntarily recalling their Annie Chun’s Japanese-Style Teriyaki Noodle Bowls because of an undeclared peanut allergen.

The company discovered that the outer sleeve packaging does not list peanuts as an ingredient.

In a statement, the company said, “There have been no reports of illness or injury to date.”

The meals were sold across the US. Stores have been instructed to destroy the products and consumers are being asked to discard them and contact the company for a refund. CJ Foods can be reached at 1-800-459-3445.

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