Several news agencies have revealed in recent articles that Hannaford Supermarkets are issuing a recall announcement for all units of the Hannaford brand Mini Frosted Cookies sold across the nation.
According to the official recall announcement, these products were mixed with eggs, which is not listed as an ingredient. To prevent illnesses and potentially risky allergic reactions, the company along the Food and Drug Administration decided to issue a recall announcement following the discovery of the undeclared allergen.
The statement issued by the FDA indicated that Mini Frosted Cookies come in 10-ounce packages and are no longer being sold. Recalled products come with the UPC code number 4126872374. Consumers are urged to stop consuming any of these items immediately and to return any remaining samples of this product to the place of purchase for a full refund as soon as possible.
The Food and Drug Administration has stated that to lower the risk of a life-threatening allergic reaction that could affect you or a loved one, you should refrain from ignoring recall announcements related to food items that you happen to consume regularly.
Hopefully, this recall campaign is successful and illnesses or allergic reactions are not reported in the near future. I urge you to act fast and stay on top of all recall announcements to protect your family from the hazards certain consumer products could pose.