Jenny Craig recalled cookies that were sold in its Australian locations last week. Although Jenny Craig Melting Moments cookies contain dairy, it is not listed on the labels. The biscuits could be dangerous to people who have milk allergies.
An announcement made on the Website stated that the cookies were sold online and at Jenny Craig locations throughout Australia. Food Standards Australia & New Zealand websiteOn June 28. These packages contain the best before dates for August 9, 2022, Sept. 13 2022, and February 28, 2023. The cookies were sold as 21g packs.
Avoid consumption of the product if you have a milk allergy. For a full reimbursement, you can return the product to the original place of purchase. Jenny Craig customers in Australia may call 1800-453-669 to get more information. According to reports, the product was also sold by Jenny Craig in New Zealand. Jenny Craig’s branch also recalled them. Food Ticker. Jenny Craig is available to assist customers in New Zealand at 0800555123
There have been several recalls of Jenny Craig products in the U.S. In October 2018, backSK Food Group recalled Jenny Craig’s chicken wrap products due to possible contamination with Salmonella or Listeria monocytogenes. McCain Foods of Canada supplied these vegetables, and Hy-Vee grocery shops also had vegetables that were recalled at the same time.
Products are frequently recalled by companies because of undeclared milk allergens. Just last week, the U.K. Food Standards Agency announced Co-Op recalled Co-op Chilli & Lime Protein Crunch packages because they contain milk, although it is not listed on the packages. The recall affected the following packages: “best before”Dates: Aug. 15, 2022; Sept. 5, 2022; and Sept. 26, 20,22 Packages with Other “best before”Dates cannot be changed
Notes the FDA: A milk allergy is one the most common food allergies in children. Mayo Clinic. Milk can cause a reaction as soon as it is consumed. Itching and tingling around your lips, throat, tongue, and throat can all be symptoms. You may also experience diarrhea, colic, nausea, vomiting, headaches, runny eyes, or watery eyes in children. Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening symptom that makes it difficult to breathe. Anaphylaxis should be treated immediately.