Allergy Alert Issued by Whole Foods Store for Yogurt and Granola Parfaits Due to Undeclared Almonds

The affected parfaits were packaged in single-serve clear plastic containers and vary by weight

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April 11, 2017

A Whole Foods Market store in Dedham, Massachusetts is issuing an allergy alert on single-serve organic vanilla yogurt parfait cups with strawberries and granola. The granola used in the parfait cups contains almonds, which are not declared on the product's ingredient label.

People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to almonds run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.

The affected parfaits were packaged in single-serve clear plastic containers and vary by weight. They were labeled as Organic Vanilla Yogurt Strawberries and Granola with a PLU number of 25826 and a Sell by date between April 2, 2017 and April 11, 2017.

In-store signage is posted to alert customers of this recall.

Whole Foods has received one report of an allergic reaction associated with the recall.

Consumers who have purchased the recalled parfait cups can bring in their receipt for a full refund. Those with further questions or concerns about the recall should contact the Whole Foods store at (781) 329-7100.

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