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Popcorn Palace Issues Allergy Alert on 1-Gallon Value Bag Products Due to Undeclared Wheat
- By Scott Adams
- Published 12/21/2011
People with one of these allergies run a risk of serious or potential life threatening allergic reactions if they consume these products:
- Cheddar Cheese, 1-Gallon Value Bag (contains milk, soy)
- White Cheddar, 1-Gallon Value Bag (contains milk, soy)
- Chicago Style, 1-Gallon Value Bag (contains milk, soy)
- Gourmet Caramel, 1-Gallon Value Bag (contains milk, soy)
- Rainbow, 1-Gallon Value Bag (contains soy)
- Caramel Nut, 1-Gallon Value Bag (contains milk, soy, peanuts, tree nuts (almonds, cashews))
- Chocolate Drizzle Caramel, 1-Gallon Value Bag (contains milk, soy)
- Cookies & Cream, 1-Gallon Value Bag (contains milk, soy, wheat)
- Spicy Cheese, 1-Gallon Value Bag (contains milk, soy, wheat)
- No illnesses have been reported in connection with these products.
Affected products would have been purchased after October 1st, 2011 through one of our fundraising programs.
This notice was initiated after it was discovered that shipments did not include the ingredient and allergen information. This issue has been corrected with updated packaging that includes nutrition facts, ingredients, and allergens applied directly to every item.
Consumers who have questions or would like additional information can call 1-800-873-2676.
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