California-based Posh Bakery issued a recall on July 7 for its mini-croissants (the butter variety and the chocolate variety). The bakery products contain allergens that were not declared on its list of ingredients.
The recalled mini-croissants are said to contain eggs, a common food allergen, that has not been included as an ingredient of the products. People who are allergic to eggs might suffer from allergy attacks from consuming these bakery products. Worse, this allergy attack could lead to something more serious, for those who have weakened immune systems or are already suffering from a medical condition.
The recalled mini-croissants are packed in transparent clamshell containers and have a net weight of 12 ounces. Each pack contains 12 mini-croissants. These products are being sold under the label of Whole Foods Market. UPC code for the butter mini-croissants is 21609300000, and the UPC code for the chocolate mini-croissants is 21609400000. This product recall covers all lot codes, expiration dates and best buy dates on and before July 6 of this year.
The recalled mini-croissants were distributed to 26 Whole Foods stores in the area of Northern California. These areas include Berkeley, Blossom Hill, Coddingtown, Harrison, Los Altos, Mill Valley, Petaluma, Redwood City, Sacramento, San Rafael, Santa Cruz, Stanyan, Santa Rosa and Walnut Creek.
At the date of the recall, one allergy attack had already been reported. Those consumers who have bought the product are advised to have it returned to the store, especially for those people who are allergic to eggs and egg products. Consumers who have questions about the recall can call 4089808451 from 9 AM to 5 PM, PDT.