With the first day of summer around the corner, ice cream lovers looking for a cool break from the heat might have to check the label on their sprinkles before covering their cones. Two sprinkles products were recalled by Wilton Industries, Inc., Naperville, Illinois last week because they contained milk.
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contain milk. Wilton however discovered that some samples do contain milk. This product is not recommended for people with milk allergies or sensitivity. “The health and safety of our consumers is Wilton’s primary concern and Wilton is acting with the highest degree of caution and urgency to address this issue,”Wilton stated in a statement that was published on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration website.
Only two Wilton products are affected by the recall. Rainbow Chip Crunch Sprinkles (item 710-5364), lots 202294Z, 20314Z and 20345Z. 21013Z and 21022Z. Rainbow Sprinkles mix (710-0-6277) lots 21005Z & 21111Z. Recalls do not apply to products with other lot codes. Click here for images of the recalled items.
These products were sold in U.S. stores and online, including Wilton.com. The products have been removed from all retailers and distributors across the nation. Wilton can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 630212-2229 if consumers have any questions.
A milk allergy is one of the most common food allergies in children. Some children will be able to get over the allergy. Others may have to avoid milk forever. Mayo Clinic. It is possible for an allergic reaction to occur as soon after a child has consumed milk products.
Hives, wheezing, itching, tingling, swelling around the mouth, lips, tongue or throat are some of the symptoms of an allergic reaction. You may also experience diarrhea, stomach cramps, runny eyes, watery eyes and colic in infants. Anaphylaxis could be a serious reaction and requires immediate medical attention.
Recent recalls of ice-cream have been made due to undeclared allergens. On May 12, HP Hood LLC of Lynnfield (Massachusetts) was recalledThere are over 4,400 Planet Oat Chocolate Cookie Dough and Planet Oat Chocolate peanut butter swirl Non-Dairy Frosted Dessert cases. The Best-By date for these products is Dec. 17, 2022. They were distributed in stores in the U.S., Cayman Islands and St. Maarten. A Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough container was used to package the Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl products. The cookie dough container doesn’t contain a peanut allergy statement.