Excessive Gluten Level Prompts Mary's Gone Crackers Recall

Excessive Gluten Level Prompts Mary's Gone Crackers Recall
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February 4, 2016

Mary's Gone Crackers has announced a recall for product that fails to meet Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gluten-free regulations.

The company's recall applies to its Lightly Salted flavor of Thins, Light and Tasty Snack Crackers. The product is marketed as organic, gluten-free, non-GMO, and vegan. However, the product may have gluten levels above the 20 ppm limit outlined by FDA rules.

The crackers are sold in a 4.5 ounce package, bearing UPC 10897580000707, lot number 15120003, and a best-by date of 09/09/2016.

About 7,000 boxes are included in the recall. The crackers were distributed to locations in California, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina.

The FDA considers this action to be a Class II recall, meaning that exposure to this product may cause temporary or medically reversible adverse health consequences. The risk of serious health issues is small.

Customers with questions about this recall can contact Mary's Gone Crackers at (866) 972-6879.