Fred Meyer Recalls Popular Food Product, Customers Warned of Mistake

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October 17, 2018Oct 17, 2018

Fred Meyer is one of the largest grocery stores in the nation. The chain has many locations in the Pacific Northwest and serves millions of customers.

Now, a new food recall has hit the supermarket. According to reports, a popular dessert is now being recalled for a mistake. Angel Food Cake Bars are being recalled for a labeling error.

"The cake bars, which are made by Clackamas Bakery, were recalled because they could contain milk or soy, two known allergens, but that information was not disclosed on the label. All Fred Meyer stores in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska were affected by the recall," according to reports.

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The rest of the unsold bars have been removed from shelves inside the stores. Customers are urged to check their bars and return them if they wish. They will be eligible to receive a full refund for the labeling error mistake.

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"Anyone with questions about the recall was asked to call 1-800-KROGERS," reported Oregon Live.

What do you think about this? Let us know! Also, be sure to read our latest Costco recall article about frozen chicken.

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