There is an important recall for anyone who has an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk. Vanilla Almond Breeze Almond Milk, a popular substitute for cow’s milk, was recalled by its distributor this week. The reason for the recall is that it may contain actual milk, which is not clearly listed on the label.
The Food and Drug Administration has reported that the product is only dangerous for those who are allergic or severely sensitive to dairy products. So far, there has only been one report of an allergic reaction to the Almond Breeze product.
The recall applies to products with a use-by date of September 2, 2018. All other use-by dates are clear of any real milk as an ingredient.
There were approximately 145,254 half-gallon cartons shipped to retailers and wholesalers in the following states:
If you bought this brand of milk in the states listed above, you should look for the barcode of 41570 05621 on the side panel of the carton next to the nutrition facts. You should also look for the following information on the top of their cartons:
USE BY: SEP 02 18 (07:36 – 20:48) H5 L1 51-4109
USE BY: SEP 02 18 (07:36 – 20:48) H5 L2 51-4109
USE BY: SEP 02 18 (07:36 – 20:48) H6 L1 51-4109
USE BY: SEP 02 18 (07:36 – 20:48) H6 L2 51-4109
This product is just the latest in a string of recalled food items causing havoc among consumers. Have you been impacted by any recalls recently? What do you think is the reason for so many food issues in restaurant chains and grocery stores recently? Let us know what your experience has been by sharing in the comment section below.