Delicious Brownies Sold In New York State May Prove To Be Fatal
Health officials issued a stern warning regarding brownies sold in the Empire State.
The FDA announced a brownie recall that impacts New York State residents.
Dianne's Fine Desserts Issues Allergy Alert on Brownies Sold In New York
Dianne's Fine Desserts of Newburyport, MA is voluntarily recalling 512 cases, or 2048 trays of brownies.
Gordon Food Service Sienna Bakery Chocolate Decadent Brownies (GFS#226240) and Sienna Bakery Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies (GFS#226260) are included in this recall.
"Consumers who have purchased trays of GFS Item #226240 Sienna Bakery® Chocolate Decadent Brownies with a lot code of 23243 or master cases of GFS Item# 226260 Sienna Bakery® Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies, lot# 6Z3H31 or 23243 are urged to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund," the FDA states.
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Reason For Brownie Recall In New York State
The brownies are being recalled due to the mislabeling of the inner tray of brownies, resulting in undeclared peanuts," the FDA reports.
"People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to peanuts run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products," the FDA stated in its recall notice. "The voluntary recall was initiated after a customer complaint noting that product containing peanuts was distributed in packaging that did not have the presence of peanuts called out on the label."
The impacted products were sent wholesale to food service operators and through retail Gordon Food Service stores in New York and the following states: AR, FL, IL, IN, KY, MI, MO, OH, PA, SC, TN, WI, and WV.
As of this writing, no "adverse reactions have been reported," the FDA notes.
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