Hammond’s Salted Caramel Cookies are being recalled by a Denver company because they may pose a risk to consumers with peanut allergies. The cookies could contain peanuts, but there is no warning on the packaging. People with an allergy to peanuts could have a serious or life-threatening reaction if they consume the cookies.
On October 17th, Hammond’s Candies of Denver announced the recall of its 5-ounce Hammond’s Salted Caramel Cookies packages. These packages were sent to retailers all around the nation and became available through mail orders, as stated in the notice published on the U.S Food and Drug Administration’s website. Although no illnesses have been reported yet in connection with this issue, Click here for an image of the recalled product just to be safe.
If you have purchased the recalled product, please return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. The recalled product is sold in printed cardstock boxes with UPC 6 91355 89889 5 and Hammond’s item number CK15008. The text “Best By 6/29/2023A” is printed on a sticker on the lower-right corner of the back of the box. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Devon DeVries at Hammond’s Candies at 1-888-226-3999.
The company issued a statement saying, “Further investigation has determined the root cause to be a temporary failure of the manufacturer’s packing and product release process,”
Not only was this the cookie-related recall issued this week, but it was also Nestle that recalled its Toll House Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough with Fudge Filling. The reason being that the product could contain white plastic pieces. The affected product was made between June and September and sent to retailers in locations such as the continental U.S., Puerto Rico, etc. It’s important to note that no other refrigerated Nestle Toll Hosue cookie dough products are part of this recall..
In July, there was a large cookie dough recall. Sweet Loren’s of New York recalled one lot code of its 12-oz Swebsiteugar Cookie Dough packages because gluten could be present even though the packaging claims it is gluten-free. The recall only affected packages with “Lot Code AF22 115, Best By Date 12/1/2022” printed on them. The product was sold in 26 states and Washington D.C.
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