Quaker Smashbars recalled

Quaker Oats Co. has issued a recall for Chewy Smashbar Graham Pretzel Snack Bars because of an undeclared milk allergen. A “may contain milk” disclaimer was not included on the package. The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation has confirmed the distribution of the product in Alaska.

The affected product is limited to Quaker Chewy Smashbar Graham Pretzel snack bars with the UPC bar code ending in 31108 and the following “best before” dates stamped on the side of the package: Oct 29 11 RB, Oct 30 11 MM, Oct 30 11 RB, Nov 22 11 RB, Nov 23 11 RB, Nov 24 11 RB, Nov 27 11 RB, Dec 22 11 RB, Dec 22 11 MM, Dec 23 11 RB, Dec 23 11 MM, Dec 24 11 RB, Dec 24 11 MM.

No other Quaker Chewy Smashbars, Quaker Chewy granola bars or Quaker products, including the 40-count Quaker Chewy Smashbar variety pack sold at club stores, are involved in this recall.

One allergic reaction has been reported. Individuals concerned about reactions should contact a health care provider.

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