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FIGI’S INC. Issues Allergy Alert On Undeclared Almonds In Lemon Bar Bliss

Figi’s Inc, Marshfield, WI is recalling 51 units of the product Lemon Bar Bliss (1# tins), because it contains undeclared Almonds. Accordingly, individuals who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to tree nuts may be at risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products. The recall was independently initiated by Figi’s after Figi’s discovered that the packaging for Lemon Bar Bliss product inadvertently excluded reference to the presence of tree nuts in the product.

Lemon Bar Bliss was distributed in MO, PA, NY, WI, IN, MI, IL, FL, VA, TX, MN, IA, CA, LA, OR, and UT by UPS mail directly to purchasers or recipients. This product is shipped in a red decorative corrugated box with a Figi’s logo label. The primary container is a red and gold round tin. The product information label is on the bottom of the tin and is labeled Lemon Bar Bliss. No expiration date is on the box or tin. No illnesses or other allergic effects have been reported to date.

Source: FDA

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