Teriyaki bowls recalled due to inclusion of undisclosed peanuts
Annie Chun’s Japanese-Style Teriyaki Noodle Bowls have been recalled due to peanuts being included, but not disclosed on the packaging. This isn’t your temporary recall, and the inclusion of peanuts isn’t normally cause for alarm, but peanut allergies can be deadly for those with severe allergies. The noodle bowls were sold nationwide in retail outlets as well as online.
UPC CODE 7-65667-10387-6
LOT NUMBER 12/25/2020
ANNIE CHUN’S JAPANESE-STYLE TERIYAKI NOODLE BOWL 7.8 OZ
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the issue stems from incorrect packaging. As the FDA explains, “the voluntary recall was initiated because the company discovered some bowls that were packaged in outer sleeves indicating Teriyaki Noodle Bowls contain Pad Thai noodle, which contains peanuts that are not listed on the ingredient list or allergen information.” The company is asking that retailers “cease and destroy” the products not yet sold.
Fortunately, so far there have been no reports of illnesses due to the undeclared peanuts. If you purchased the recalled teriyaki bowls, you can reach out to the company or place of purchase for a refund.
To read the FDA’s full recall notice, click here: https://bit.ly/39edYXA