Undeclared Egg Presence Forces Bin-Bin Cracker Recall

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Bin-Bin Rice Crackers and Bin-Bin Snow Rice Crackers that were distributed by President Global Corporation between January 1, 2011 and January 31, 2012 are being recalled. The recall has been issued because of the presence of egg, which has not appeared on the label. There has been one reported allergy case to date as a result of consumption of the rice cracker product.

Anyone with an egg allergy should not consume the product because of the increased risk of severe reaction.  They can return the crackers for a full refund at the store where they were purchased.

The snow rice variety of the crackers came in a 5.3 ounce package and the regular rice crackers came in a 15.8 ounce package.

As a personal injury attorney in Los Angeles, I know that some of the most hazardous recalls involve food items.  Because we ingest these items, we rely on manufacturers to post the correct information, which allows us to make an informed decision on what we put into our bodies.  Proper labeling is crucial in ensuring safety for consumers across the country.  It’s my hope as a Bakersfield personal injury lawyer that word of this defect is spread before someone gets seriously injured.