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Van's Foods Voluntarily Recalls Gluten Free Waffles in Eleven States

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Scott Adams

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vans_waffles_recall.jpgVan's Foods is voluntarily recalling approximately 1,584 cases of Van's Gluten Free Waffles with a lot code date of #A640234710–WL2, BEST BY AUG 22, 2018 and UPC CODE 8994730206. The products were distributed solely to food retailers in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin.

The products are being recalled because a limited number of the wrong packaging were used during the production of Van's Belgian Waffles. The product inadvertently packaged in the Van's Gluten Free Waffle box contains gluten and undeclared milk. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk or gluten run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

To date, Van's Foods has received no reports of illnesses or adverse reactions associated with the effected products, which was ordered and shipped to retail customers as Van's Belgian HS WF, Item number 30201, Product Lot #A640234710–WL2, BEST BY AUG 22, 2018. The effected retail packages are labeled as Van's Gluten Free Original, Item number 30206, Product Lot #A640234710–WL2, BEST BY AUG 22, 2018. No other Van's branded products are affected by this voluntary recall.

Pkg SKU Brand Product Description Code Date
30206 Van's Van's Gluten Free Original BEST BY : AUG 22 2018
A640234710-WL2*
Case SKU Brand Product Description Code Date
30201 Van's Van's Belgian HS WF 12/8 BEST BY : AUG 22 2018
A640234710-WL2

*Van's Gluten Free retail packages with a code containing WL1 are NOT subject to this recall.

 

Consumers who have purchased these products or have questions are requested to contact Van's Consumer Relations department at 1-866-886-8456 for additional information and/or reimbursement.

News media and health department officials who have questions should contact Caroline Ahn at 312-614-6047.

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thank God that Van's did the proactive thing with the recall - a LOT of parents (and kids) breathe a sigh of relief

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