A product recall was announced last April 8 for certain varieties of Waco’s Bestyett Sandwiches. The product recall was announced by the company because of the possible presence of egg, which is a common food allergen.
The affected varieties of Bestyett Sandwiches are Pimento Cheese and Chicken Salad. Both sandwiches are packed in clear plastic wrap and have a net weight of 3.5 ounces. The label, Waco’s Bestyett Sandwiches, is printed on the wraps. The label also indicates the sandwich’s flavor. Both sandwich variants which were shipped before April 6 is affected by the product recall. The FDA has already been notified regarding this company initiated recall. The company stresses that no other products, aside from the specified ones, are affected by the recall.
As eggs are one of the most common food allergens, it is important that processed food consumers be notified if the product that they are eating includes egg as an ingredient. The recall is a precautionary measure to avoid possible allergy attacks. Allergy attacks could lead to serious health incidences for people who already have existing medical conditions.
Currently, no allergy attacks or other health related incidences have been linked to the recalled sandwiches.
Bestyett Sandwiches are distributed and sold in various retail stores around Texas, in Waco, Lorena and Moody. Customers who bought the recalled sandwiches can choose to return them to the store and request a refund. For any questions or concerns regarding the products, customers may also call the company at 254-753-8469. Customer service representatives will assist them Monday until Friday, 8 AM until 5 PM.