Tastykake snack cake recalled due to health problems, the FDA warns

Consumers are invited to throw the cakes or return them for a full refund.

That does not like A sweet treat sometimes? Some of us need it after dinner, while others like to engage in occasional thirst settles down. A main brand to which we often turn is a tastykake - a staple in convenience stores, supermarkets and automatic distributors nationally. But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just made a reminder for a particular Tastykake product, citing health problems. Read the rest to find out which snack cakes have been fired and what you need to do if you have them at home.

Read this then: Lay Crustry remembered health problems, the FDA warns .

The recalled cakes were sold in six states.

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In a reminder notice of May 24, the FDA announced that Flowers Foods, Inc. , Tastykake's parent company, voluntarily remembers certain Tastykake chocolate kakes. AE0FCC31AE342FD3A1346EBB1F342FCB

The affected products were distributed on May 11 to six states customers, namely Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Virginie and Virginie-Western, said the FDA. The products have a date of "profit by" of June 5, 2023, which is listed on the side of the package. They also have the universal product code (UPC) 0 25600 00225 4 Printed under the barcode.

They were recalled due to an undeclared allergen.

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Flowers Foods pulled the chocolate snack cakes after discovering that certain packets of Kakes Au Chocolat Tastykake in fact contained Tastykake Peanut Butter Kandy Kakes. As its name suggests, the latter contains peanuts, which are a known allergen.

"The declaration of ingredients for Kandy Kakes chocolate does not declare that peanuts are in the product," said the notice. "No related illness or incident has been reported to date."

You are entitled to a refund if you buy them.

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Those who suffer from an allergy or a sensitivity to peanuts should not eat affected chocolate snack cakes because they could undergo a "serious or fatal allergic reaction if they consume this product", warned the FDA.

Instead, the agency requests that consumers throw all the affected snack cakes or return to their place of purchase for a full refund. For specific questions about the recall, contact the Flowers Foods consumer relations center at 1-866-245-892 Monday to Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Standard time of the East (East). You can also send an email to Flowers Foods directly through The company's website .

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Several other snacks have recently been subjected to a reminder.

Bags of Lay's brand potato chips snacks at a supermarket shelf

Earlier this month, Lay also made a voluntary recall for a " limited number "From its conventional pits. Similar to Tastykake snack cakes, the fries have been drawn due to an unsuccessful allergen.

According to the FDA, a consumer complaint caused the recall, and after an investigation, Frito-Lay determined that conventional fries can contain unconcolared milk ingredients of the brand and the brand's onion shavings. People allergic to milk or sensitivities have been invited not to eat the fries and to throw them immediately.

In addition, the FDA has just issued reminders for other soft snacks, in particular Van Leeuwen ice cream . According to a notice of May 23, the company voluntarily pulled 4,096 pinches of "Broward Chunk" ice cream because they contained undeclared nuts.

The problem was again brought to the attention of Van Leeuwen by a consumer, and an investigation revealed that the ice cream contained nuts which were not listed on the packaging. Van Leeuwen is currently investigating the cause of the labeling error, said the FDA. Customers were invited to return ice cream recalled to their place of purchase for a full refund.

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