Tate’s Bake Shop Recalling Two Cookie Products Because of Undeclared Walnut Allergen (PHOTO)


PHOTO| Tate’s Bake Shop


PHOTO| Tate’s Bake Shop

Tate’s Bake Shop is recalling two cookie products because of  possible undeclared walnut allergen.

According to a news release, the products being recalled are Tate’s 7 oz Chocolate Chip Cookies with “Best By date Mar. 20, 2016” and Tate’s 7 oz Gluten Free Ginger Zinger Cookies with “Best By Date Jan. 4, 2016.” Both products are distributed nationally to grocery and gourmet stores including, Whole Foods Markets and Costco.  No illnesses have been reported to date.

The company began the recall after it discovered that one of the products containing walnuts was distributed without the proper packaging that highlighted the presence of walnuts.

You can find the product code and “Best by date” ink jetted on the outer package. Consumers who have bought the recalled products are being urged to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.

You can find out more about this recall, here.

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Maureen Chowdhury

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Maureen Chowdhury is a multimedia journalist with Montgomery Community Media. She can be reached at mchowdhury@mymcmedia.org and on Twitter at @MediaMaureen. Maureen authors the blog Sound Check on MyMCMedia.


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