Asian Fusion Cookies recalled for undeclared allergens
Products sold by mail contain wheat, milk and soy
Sarap Asian Fusion has recalled Asian Fusion Cookies sold through online mail orders because packages did not say they contain wheat, milk and soy. There are no reports of illnesses to date from the allergens, which can cause serious or life-threatening reactions if eaten by some people with allergies or severe sensitivity.
The cookies from the Garden Grove, California-based company were distributed by mail to nearly every state and Guam, as well as to people in the military.
Here are the flavors and the allergens they contain:
- Miso Milo – wheat and soy
- Matcha Chocolate – wheat and soy
- Black Sesame – wheat, soy and milk
- Ube Cookies and Cream – wheat, soy and milk
The cookies come in 4.5-by-6-inch heat-sealed, polypropylene bags.
If you are allergic to the undeclared ingredients, do not eat and discard cookies purchased from Aug. 14, 2018, through Sept. 10, 2018.
People who are not allergic or sensitive to the ingredients listed may eat the products safely.
The Food and Drug branch of the California Department of Public Health determined in an inspection that the cookies were sold without proper allergen labeling.
For more information, contact support@SarapAsianFusion.com or call 909-238-5552 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.