Dark Chocolate Almonds Recalled over Undeclared Ingredient


This is a must-read for anyone who loves chocolatey nuts. A recall by the FDA has been initiatedDue to an undeclared contamination in the package, dark chocolate almonds will be recalled.

Momyer Distribution Inc. of Salem, Oregon, has recalled its Dark Chocolate Almonds because of the undeclared milk in them. According to the recall, people who have milk sensitivities and allergies may be at risk of serious health consequences if they consume the product. Do not eat the product if you have any allergies.

The Dark Chocolate Almonds arrived on shelves at Safeway/Albertsons, Roths Fresh Market and other stores in Washington and Oregon. They are available in a 9.5-ounce box and can be found in the produce section.

Safeway labels the almonds as PRODUCE in big red letters. The top label also has Dark Chocolate Almonds in Black. Holly Hill Gourmet Snacks Dark Chocolate Almonds is Roths Fresh Market’s offering. This is quite a mouthful. Their UPCs range from 0 19061 19371 2 to 0 08918 2318 2, with best before dates of Oct. 21, 2023.

FDA stated that no illnesses were reported to date and that the recall was initiated after it was discovered that the product’s labels did not include milk as an ingredient. This should have stopped any potential problems.

These products should not be consumed if you were allergic to milk in the home they were purchased. The affected person should dispose of the Dark Chocolate Almonds immediately or return them to their place of purchase for a full reimbursement.

Momyer Distribution can answer any questions at 503-393-3136. The office is open from 8 a.m. till 4 p.m. (PT). The good news is that almonds can be eaten by people who have no milk allergy or sensitivity.

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