Whole Foods Recall: Some Cookies Contain Egg Not Disclosed to Customers
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Whole Foods Recall: Some Cookies Contain Egg Not Disclosed to Customers

Anyone with an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs should not consume these products

March 27, 2018

Whole Foods Market has announced the recall of certain decorated iced cookies. The affected cookies contain egg that is not disclosed as an ingredient—posing an allergy risk to some consumers.

Anyone with an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs risks a severe or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

Recalled Product Details

The recalled iced cookies were sold unwrapped in the shape of eggs, bunnies, and chicks from the self-service bulk cookie display at nine Whole Foods Market stores located in Northern California. Egg is not listed on the product sign at the display.

The impacted cookies were all sold on or before March 25, 2018. One illness related to this recall has been reported, to date. Whole Foods says that all affected cookies have been removed from store shelves.

What should consumers do?

Customers who purchased any of the recalled cookies can bring a valid receipt into their local Whole Foods store for a full refund.

Consumers with additional questions or concerns about this recall can call (844) 936-8255.