New cookie recall: If you live in these 3 states, check your pantry now
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Cookie fans in three states must understand there's a new recall in location involving a type of cookies from Sotto i Trully. The Florida-based business is remembering its Assorted Italian Cookies since the retail boxes actually include Italian Wedding Cookies. They have walnuts in them, which is a recognized irritant. However the retail boxes do not list the active ingredient on the label.
As a result, individuals suffering from walnut allergies might run the risk of establishing possibly lethal adverse responses to these cookies.
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recall Sotto i Trulli announced the cookie recall this week and the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) shared the press release at this link.
The company dispersed the Bombolo Biscotti cookies in this recall in 3 states, consisting of Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina. Particularly, Publix Supermarkets in these cities offered the goods: Lakeland, FL; Orlando, FL; Deerfield, FL; Atlanta, GA; and McLeansville, NC.
The cookies are available in a 16oz plastic clamshell container including the Bombolo Biscotti label. The following identifiers will help you determine whether your supply is included in the recall:
Lot # 092222 (on the case label)
Best-by date 04/05/2023 (on top of the package)
UPC code 852158002272 (at the bottom of the package)
Sotto i Trulli discovered the problem when a shop staff member discovered that the Italian Wedding Cookie containers had Assorted Italian Cookies labels. Those labels do not list walnuts as an ingredient.
The examination exposed that a momentary breakdown in the company's production and packaging procedures triggered the concern.