Bakers of Paris Recalls Croissants Sold at Whole Foods Market Stores Due to Undeclared Allergen

The croissants are made with an egg wash which is not declared on the label

Bakers of Paris Recalls Croissants Sold at Whole Foods Market Stores Due to Undeclared Allergen
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January 09, 2017

Bakers of Paris is recalling plain, almond, and chocolate croissants sold in 18 Northern California Whole Foods Market stores due to an undeclared allergen.

The croissants, sold individually in self-service cases and in clear plastic packs of four, are made with an egg wash which is not declared on the ingredient list. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

Products were labeled as follows and carried the following UPCs:

  • Croissant 4 Pack Baker Paris, 24159300000
  • Chocolate Croissant 4 Pack Baker Paris, 24159500000
  • Almond Croissant 4 Pack Baker Paris, 24159400000
  • Croissant Assorted 4 Pack Baker Paris, 24159800000
  • Chocolate Croissant, 46000058528
  • Croissant,46000058529
  • Almont Croissant, 46000058559

The recalled products have packed on dates of 1/4/17 or earlier and sell by dates of 1/7/17 or earlier. The products were distributed only to 18 Whole Foods Market stores in Northern California. To view the full list of affected stores, please click here.

No allergic reactions have been reported in conncection with this recall, to date.

Customers who have purchased this product at a listed Whole Foods Market store should discard it and may bring in their receipt for a full refund.

Consumers with any additional questions or concerns may contact Bakers of Paris at (415) 468-9100, ext. 2215, or email

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