I have been to a few different Whole Food's and they don't always label their in house bakery foods with a "may contain nuts" statement. I have asked them several times and they say that the items are made in the bakery around nut products. Always ask an employee about any in house Whole Foods bakery items.
Am I mistaken, or does the label clearly state both that it contains cashews and almonds and also that it is processed on shared machinery and may contain fragments of other tree nuts? I am not trying at all to be snarky, just wondering what I am missing here as I try to check labels and check the recalls monthly, if not weekly for my son's allergies. Thank you.
That's a really great question! The issue is that it doesn't declare cashew and pecan separately. The FDA labeling requirements are that the specific nuts must be specified - https://www.kidswithfoodallerg...-protection-act.aspx Edited to add: I do see where it specifies cashews, but maybe they are also present in another item. I don't know.
Aha! That makes sense. And I can see where that would be a problem. Particularly since we can all be in a rush when purchasing items and have to check label after label carefully. Thanks for the clarification and the link.
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