Minnesota + Wisconsin Included In SkinnyDipped Chocolate Nuts Recall
A popular health snack food is involved in a recall due to undeclared allergen contents. According to details shared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, SkinnyDipped of Seattle is voluntarily recalling two varieties of their Dark Chocolate snack foods. The recall is nationwide and does include retail stores in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Two SkinnyDipped snack products are involved in the recall at this time: SkinnyDipped Dark Chocolate Cocoa Almost and SkinnyDipped Dark Chocolate Salted Caramel Cashey; both are sold in 3.5-ounce bags.
The concern is that there is an undeclared peanut ingredient in both of the products that is not listed on the package ingredients. People who have an allergy to peanuts run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reactions if they consume these products.
Here are the specifics for the two recalled varieties - including UPC number, Lot Codes, and Best By Dates.
- SkinnyDipped Dark Chocolate Salted Caramel Cashews - 3.5-ounce bag: UPC# 8-51562-00841-1, Lot Code B23005 with a Best By Date of 05/05/2024 and Lot Code B13006 with a Best By Date of 05/06/2024
- SkinnyDipped Dark Chocolate Cocoa Almonds - 3.5-ounce bag: UPC# 8-61297-00030-8, Lot Code B22354 with a Best By Date of 04/20/2024; Lot Code B12355 with a Best By Date of 04/21/2024; Lot Code B22355 with a Best By Date of 04/21/2024; and Lot Code B12354 with a Best By Date of 04/20/2024
Each of the products was sold at retail stores as early as January 8, 2023, and as late as January 20, 2023.
No medical concerns or allergic reactions due to the recalled products have been reported at this time.
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Consumers who have the affected products are urged not to eat them. Throw it away or return it to the retailer from where it was purchased for a refund. Questions can be directed at the SkinnyDipped Consumer Hotline: 1-866-957-9907.