Not all recalls affect the entire country, but instead perhaps one specific region or even one individual community.
A La Crosse, Wisconsin-based company called Kwik Trip has announced a recall of Glazers Donuts. At issue is the fact that the items in question may contain traces of eggs, an allergen that was not listed on the labeling of the item. Personnel at Kwik Trip discovered this issue when they figured out that the supplier of one of their ingredients had added egg to the mixture.
Thankfully, there have been no illnesses or reactions brought to the attention of the company in conjunction with this recall.
The item comes in a 10.75 ounce cardboard box and has a UPC code of 39779 04033. The donuts have a sell by date of April 7, so they should not be in the stores at this point anyway. They were only available in Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.
Consumers that suffer from an egg allergy are being advised to discontinue consumption and return the item to the Kwik Trip from which it was purchased.
As a personal injury lawyer in Bakersfield, I’m sorry to see yet another undeclared allergen make its way into a product. Millions of people suffer from allergies, which is why labeling is so important. I am glad to see, though, that this item was recalled before an injury could occur. I wish as a San Bernardino personal injury attorney that all recalls could be preventative instead of reactionary.