As someone who came from the food industry, I still follow food safety sources. I was not part of the food safety division, but the people safety part of the business.
I found this one to be particularly interesting as they are Easter “Egg” cookies and they forgot that to put that it contains egg on the label.
The issues that come with processed foods is a big reason my wife and I (more my wife than me. gotta give credit where credit is due) have a garden in the spring and summer. It is also reason we have recently moved into backyard chickens (again, its all my wife). It is good to be more in control of the foods the family consumes.
All lots of Silver Lake brand Easter Egg Cookies, NET WT. 8 OZ (226g), have been recalled due to undeclared egg (Allergen) in the ingredients.
The recalled Easter Egg Cookies were primarily sold to supermarkets in the following states: MN, WI, NY, GA, IL, CT, PA, MA, and IN.
There are no reported illnesses to date associated with this recall.
The Easter Egg Cookies were sold under The Silver Lake label with the UPC code of: 0 37695 49817 1
Customers with an egg allergy who have purchased the affected product should dispose of it. Consumers with a questions can call Silver Lake Cookie Company at 1-800-645-9048 x263, Monday through Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST.
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