Daiso Recalls Certain Prepackaged Snacks

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Daiso California LLC is recalling certain prepackaged snacks citing undeclared allergen ingredients, the U.S. Food Drug Administration said.

The recall involves products containing undeclared milk allergen, such as MEITO Powdered Apple Tea 4packs with SKU 4902757413606; Potato crackers with small sardines 46g with SKU 4901053077376; and ITOSEIKA Chocolate chip cookies 10pieces with SKU 4901050137172.

Further, Soybeans allergen was not declared with Katoseika Chocolat Orange Candy 60g with SKU 4901580002315 and KANRO Pure gummy Petit trigonal pyramid grape 17g 3 pieces with SKU 4901351055489.

These prepackaged snacks were sold in Daiso stores in California, Washington, Nevada, Texas, New York, and New Jersey.

The La Mirada, California-based company initiated the recall after it was discovered that packaging did not adequately disclose the presence of all allergens.

People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to soybeans and milk may get serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

However, there have been no reported cases of allergic reaction to these products to date.

Sale of these products have been suspended, and Daiso has pulled the products from store shelves.

Consumers who have purchased the affected snacks may return them to any Daiso store for a full refund.

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