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Bakery Express Recalls Cookies Due to Allergy Alert

Kaitlynn Martin6 months ago

According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Bakery Express of Central, FL. is recalling certain 7-ELEVEN FRESH TO GO cookies due to the possible risk of them containing undeclared peanuts.

About the Cookie Recall

The product was distributed to 7-Eleven convenience stores in the state of Florida.

The affected cookies were packaged in a clear package film with two cookies per package, and labeled “Fresh to Go” and have “best buy” date codes Friday, 04/22/16, Saturday, 04/23/16, Sunday, 04/24/16 on the front label.

This recall was put into affect after supplier CSM Bakery Solutions reported that three different pre-bagged dry cookie mix bases may contain undeclared peanuts.

The cookie bases that are potentially contaminated were used in production, and distributed in packaging without stating there could be peanuts.

Although no illnesses have been reported, consumers are urged to return the product for a full refund, as people who have an allergy to peanuts run the risk of serious allergic reactions.

Details on Affected Cookies

The following items are covered by the 7-Eleven recall:

  • 7-Eleven Fresh To Go Sugar Cookie made with M&M chocolate candy
    • UPC: 052548558765
    • 2 Pack Cookies
    • Lot Codes: 041916, 042016, 012116
    • Best By Date: 4/24/16
  • 7-Eleven Fresh To Go Peanut Butter Cookie
    • UPC: 052548585570
    • 2 Pack Cookies
    • Lot Codes: 041916, 042016, 042116
    • Best By Date: 4/24/16


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