January Food And Supplement Recall Roundup: Dairy Invasion

11947761623_ddd33a250c_nUndeclared dairy products seem to be showing up in lots of places where they aren’t wanted: candy, gluten-free bread mixes, and even dietary supplements. Welcome to the January Recall Roundup for edible items.

Our monthly Recall Roundups have grown so expansive that we’ve had to separate them into two separate roundups: one for consumer goods, and one for consumables.

If you have any of these listed items in your pantry, first check the varieties and flavors against the ones listed on the recall site or press release, then check expiration date or lot numbers.

If there’s a match, don’t panic! If an item is listed as having undeclared walnuts and you’re not allergic to walnuts, for example, you don’t have to do anything at all. You can keep the item, eat it, not eat it, or return it to the store or the manufacturer for your own peace of mind.

Items that may be contaminated with bacteria or foreign objects are worrisome for everyone, and you should return them to the retail store where you bought them, or contact the company for a refund and further instructions.

Araya chocolate products – various undeclared allergens
Crunch’N Nutter – Mixed Nut – undeclared peanuts
Paskesz Candy Company Chocolate Coins – undeclared traces of milk
Tonia’s Biscotti samplers, individually wrapped biscotti, and lemon biscotti – may contain undeclared wheat, milk, and soy
Giant Eagle Candy Place Chocolate Santas (may be a little late for this one) – undeclared peanuts
Concertos in Chocolate milk chocolate Santas – undeclared milk products
Sweet Spots (candy) – possible undeclared egg protein

Flat Creek Farm & Dairy – possible Salmonella contamination

Kinnikinnick Foods waffle and bread mixes – undeclared milk
Marlyce’s Butterballs – undeclared undeclared wheat flour, soy flour, whey, and milk
Prego Traditional Italian sauce (24 ounces) – risk of spoilage
The Cultured Kitchen cashew non-dairy cheese – possible Salmonella contamination
Victor’s Sesame Hummus – possible Listeria contamination
Kraft Velveeta Cheesy Skillets Singles, Cheesy Mac – undeclared soy


St. Mary’s River Smokehouses Oven Smoked Salmon Stix, Chili Mango Flavor – possible Listeria contamination
Fosforel, Atlantika herring in oil – possible Listeria contamination

StemAlive 90 Capsules – undeclared milk
Pro ArthMax – actually contains variety of undeclared prescription drugs
Boost Ultra, XZone Gold, Sexy Monkey, Triple MiracleZen Platinum, Magic for Men, “New” Extenze, and New XZen Platinum – contain undeclared prescription drugs (Viagra and Cialis to be precise)

European Meat Products Inc. beef and pork rolls (Huong Duyen) – undeclared wheat
Cloverdale Meats Seattle Mariners Beef Franks – undeclared milk products

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