The Keebler elves made a minor, but potentially life-threatening mistake, as some cookie products were labeling with ones that could cause severe allergic reactions. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration , Keebler, the second-largest cookie and cracker manufacturer in the U.S. is recalling some of its cookies because they are labeled incorrectly.
Keebler is recalling a limited quantity of 8-count cartons of Fudge Shoppe® Jumbo Fudge Sticks because the packages may actually contain individually wrapped Jumbo Peanut Butter Sticks, according to the FDA. The company said the recall does not affect individually wrapped cookie sticks.
The recall could be potentially dangerous to consumers who have a peanut allergy.
"Approximately 17,000 8-count cartons of the recalled product were distributed to brokers and convenience stores in the U.S. They are marked with UPC Code 3010053332 and a lot code of AS 07 27 1A," according to the FDA.
As a North Charleston food-borne illness lawyer, I'm glad to hear that no food poisoning cases or allergic reactions have been reported in connection to this recall. I urge consumers to throw out this product or return it, especially if a family member or loved one has a nut allergy. Consumers with questions or who would like a replacement may contact the Keebler Consumer Response Center at 888-746-3679 from 8 am to 8 pm Eastern time, or visit www.Keebler.com9.
If you have been injured by a recalled product, contact a personal injury lawyer in North Charleston .