NASHVILLE: According to the recent reports it is confirmed that the known plant based cookies have been uncalled. While on Saturday the Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Department of Consumer and Industry Services (CIS). Is recalling vegan chocolate chip-based simple cookies.
The official press release says the recall is due to an undeclared allergen that was discovered during routine sampling and testing of food products at Kroger in Sevierville. While Tennessee. Allergens, dairy, are not declared on the product packaging.
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The ingredients which are used in the plant-based cookies are Beech-Nut recalls baby cereal due to arsenic concerns The Simple Truth-Based Chocolate Chip Cookies 6-ounce package was distributed by Too Good Gourmet of Lorenzo, California, best on November 17, 2021. The UPC was 11110-05278. So far, the TDA has not received any reports that vegan cookies have caused any illnesses, but it wants consumers to be aware of everyday allergens. Let’s see when it be back on the shelves of the Kroger. If you have any concern regarding the ingredients or the product feel free to comment below in the section to let us know about it!