Costco shoppers suffering tree nut sensitivities should inspect snack bars before eating.
Due to an undisclosed trace of cashews, the SimplyProtein Peanut Butter Chocolate Crispy Bar is being recalled nationwide. Tree nut allergies can be life-threatening.
Nine Costco locations carry the snack bars in a 15-count variety pack. The FDA reported that warehouses in Arkansas, California, Kansas,
Maryland, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. received the recalled products.
Wellness Natural USA Inc. of Wilmington, Del., voluntarily recalled the product after a consumer complaint, the FDA's only documented reaction. Investigating the contamination's cause.
The bar wrapper has Lot TN3005A (UPC 6 86207 80906 8) and the carton Lot TN3005 (UPC 6 86207 00914 7).
The Best Before date is Jan. 5, 2024. SimplyProtein-brand items, including the other two varieties in the variety box, are not recalled.
Recalled cashew-sensitive bars should be returned to Costco for a full refund. Email the manufacturer email@example.com during business hours with questions.
Costco's SimplyProtein bars aren't the only recall.
After a hepatitis A incident connected to the club's Kirkland Signature Frozen Organic Strawberries, the shop informed California and Hawaii consumers last month.