Mai BakeryOn the 24th of March, Mai’s Bakery announced a voluntary recall on its ‘Moon Cake’ and ‘Hopia Mongo’ products. The reason for the recall is the presence of an undeclared allergen.

Egg, which is a common ingredient in the recalled products, had not been listed on its retail packaging. The recall was made after it was discovered that the retail packs of the products did not include egg as an ingredient. Result of the investigation indicated that there was a mislabeling in the process of packaging the products.

The recalled ‘Moon Cake’ and ‘Hopia Mongo’ products have a net weight of 6 to 8 ounces, and are contained in transparent, plastic retail packs. The retail packs have a Mai’s Bakery label on them. The UPC codes of the recalled products are the following:

For ‘Moon Cakes,’ Baked Lotus Seed (8 ounces) – 850660001479, Baked Red Bean (8 ounces) – 850660001479, Baked Mung Bean (8 ounces) – 850660001479

For ‘Hopia Mongo,’ Durian Bean (6 ounces) – 850660000137, Taro (6 ounces) – 850660000137, Mung Bean (6 ounces) – 850660000137

The affected Mai’s Bakery products were distributed in Utah and Southern California supermarkets. The company has also made it known that after March 23, egg will no longer be included as an ingredient in the products. Currently, production of the cakes has been suspended until the problem is resolved.

Consumers who bought the cakes are advised to return them to the store for a refund. They can also call Mai’s Bakery at 626-307-9629 for any recall related concerns. The company is open to assist them from Sunday until Thursday, 8 AM until 6 PM Pacific Time.