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Favorite Day Lavender Shortbread Cookies recalled due to undeclared soy or eggs

J&M Foods has issued a recall of nearly 1,500 units of their cookies sold in Target stores nationwide. A total of 1,464 packages of their Favorite Day Lavender Shortbread Cookies accidentally contained their Favorite Day Chocolate Chip Cookies instead. Because of the packaging error, it’s possible for customers that are allergic to soy or eggs could consume them by accident.


Recalled Products:

Favorite Day Lavender Shortbread Cookies

7 ounce package

UPC# 0-85239-28609-8

Lot Code# BB 18-Apr-2023


Normally undeclared allergens have mild effects, but they can also be extremely dangerous, especially for those with weakened immune systems. Children, the elderly, and pregnant women are all in much greater danger when it comes to the consumption of undeclared allergens.

J&M Foods was made aware of the issue by a customer. Fortunately, Target has been made aware of the recall and has removed the recalled cookies from their shelves and online store. The recalled cookies have a Best By date of April 18, 2023, so it’s entirely possible they’re sitting in your pantry or on your counter.

If you have questions about the recall or would like a refund you can contact Target (1-800-440-0680) or J&M Foods (1-800-264-2278). The recalled cookies can also be returned to the store you purchased them from.

To read the full recall alert on the FDA’s website, click here: