Peanut Allergy Warning: Flour Tainted with Peanut Linked to Baked Goods Recall


A published report says a recent flood of cake and cookie recalls are linked to flour containing "low levels" of undeclared peanut supplied to a Georgia company.

Food Safety News said in its May 3 edition that the Georgia company, CSM Bakery Solutions, used the flour in products distributed to its customers. The company would not name the supplier and has made other arrangements.

CSM distributed products to Safeway, 7-Eleven, Chick-fil-A, Cinnabon, Bakery Express and other places. The company told Food Safety News that testing after production revealed the presence of peanut. Peanut was not listed on the product labels.

Foods connected to this recall as of 5/5/2016 include:

CSM Bakery Solutions 8" Single Layer Red Velvet Cake Sold At Safeway And 12” Decorated Chocolate Chip Cookie Sold At Acme And Jewel Stores

CSM Bakery Solutions' Cinnabon Stix®

7-Eleven Fresh Fully Baked Chocolate Chunk, Sugar and Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Bakery Express of Central FL., Inc. 7-Eleven Fresh to Go Cookies

Old Home Kitchens 14oz Sliced Creme Cake

Bakery Express of Southern California 7-Eleven Fresh To Go Cookies

Glenn Wayne Wholesale Bakery Select 7-Eleven Fresh To Go Cookies

CSM Bakery Solutions Chick-Fil-A Chocolate Chunk Cookies

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