Parfait Products Sold at Whole Foods Markets Recalled Due to Undeclared Soy and Tree Nuts

People with an allergy or sensitivity to these ingredients should not consume the products

Parfait Products Sold at Whole Foods Markets Recalled Due to Undeclared Soy and Tree Nuts
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July 13, 2017

Sunneen Health Foods has issued a recall for its Whole Foods Market PB&J parfaits due to undeclared allergens.

Mislabeling led to the omission of soy and tree nut—specifically, almond and coconut—ingredients from the parfait labels. People with an allergy or sensitivity to these ingredients should not consume the affected products.

RECALLED PRODUCT DETAILS

The parfaits were packaged in eight-ounce containers labeled Whole Foods Market PB&J Parfaits. They have UPC 636910500448 and best-by dates prior to 7/13/2017.

WHERE WERE THE PRODUCTS SOLD?

They were sold at the following Whole Foods Market locations:

  • 905 River Rd, Edgewater, New Jersey
  • 4 Union Square South, New York, New York
  • 238 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, New York
  • 1095 6th Ave, New York, New York
  • 113 Route 9 S, Englishtown, New Jersey

WHAT SHOULD CONSUMERS DO?

All of the affected parfaits have been taken off store shelves, and there have been no allergic reactions reported to date. Anyone in possession of the affected items should bring a valid receipt to the place of purchase for a full refund.

For more information, consumers can reach Sunneen Health Foods' customer service department at (610) 774-9894.