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South Florida Bakery Issues Recall for Publix Bakery Coconut Macaroons (Coquitos)

The US FDA has issued a press release to confirm that South Florida Bakery is recalling all lot codes of Publix Bakery Coconut Macaroons (Coquitos). This includes several varieties:
Coconut Macaroons (Coquitos), 21oz – UPC 41415-95290

Mini Coconut Macaroons (Mini Coquitos), 12oz - UPC 10878-90011

Mini Coconut Macaroons with Chocolate Chips (Mini Coquitos con Pedazos de Chocolate), 12oz – UPC 10878-90012

Mini Coconut Macaroons with Confetti Sprinkles (Mini Coquitos con Dulcecitos de Colores), 12oz.- UPC 10878-90013

The UPC may be found on the back label below the Nutritional Facts panel. The pre-packaged coconut macaroons were sold in 21oz and 12 oz plastic dome containers exclusively in the retail bakeries of Publix Super Markets throughout Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee. The products are being recalled due to an undeclared milk ingredient present in a small amount in the product.

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