A St. Paul-based bakery issued a warning to customers because there may be nuts in its bagels.
National Choice Bakery, a national bagel supplier, says its bagels could have been contaminated with peanuts or tree nuts due to a mistake by its ingredient supplier, a Food and Drug Administration release says. The bagels could pose a threat to people with nut allergies or sensitivities.
The bakery discovered peanuts and almonds in gluten from a single supplier used in some of its bagel products, the FDA says. Brands include L'Oven Fresh, Village Hearth, Kroger, Lender's, Dan's Pantry and Market Pantry – Target's in-house brand – National Choice Bakery says.
The items that have been recalled:
No illnesses have been reported as a result of this bagel recall.
Consumers who have questions are encouraged to contact National Choice Baker at 1-800-455-5591 from 8am to 3:30pm CST Monday through Friday, or email at email@example.com for more information.
Just last week, Pepperidge Farm announced it was recalling 46,000 packages of bagels that may contain peanuts or almonds.