Kroger and Stop & shop Product might go unavailable

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According the recent reports, a new recall has been issued for Kroger and Stop & Shop brand caramel rice cakes. As they may contain unauthorized milk, staple grain products say in a withdrawal notice published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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In addition, White and Tan 6.56oz Kroger bags, with an illustrated rice cake shaped like a hot air balloon, were shipped to retail distribution centers in Colorado, Indiana and Kansas. The bags have UPC code 0 11110 35792 2 and the best date is December 15, 2021.

Kroger and Stop & shop Product might go unavailable

Now, Stop & Shop bags are white, blue, and brown and have caramel highlights depicted. Sent to retail distribution centers in Connecticut and Pennsylvania. The bags contain UPC code 6 88267 07615 2 and are best dated December 15, 2021. To see both labels, go to the Food and Drug Administration website.

According to the Basic grain product internal monitoring systems have detected unauthorized milk, and even though only two pieces are affected by the recall process. If you have caramelized rice cakes in your pantry, you shouldn’t eat it. The notice says to throw it away or take it back to Kroger or Stop & Shop.

They have asked everyone that if someone with a milk allergy or allergy unintentionally consumes rice cakes, they could have a dangerous or life-threatening reaction. “Milk allergy is an abnormal response by the body’s immune system to milk and dairy products,” the Mayo Clinic says. Symptoms can start soon after eating. They range from mild to severe and may include wheezing, vomiting, hives, and digestive problems. If you have recently brought any item from their range. Please return or throw it away! In case of emergency call 911. Don’t forget to share this blog with your loved ones.

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