A recall of baked cookies made and sold by Liz Lovely, Inc., has been announced due to possible undeclared milk. It was reported that the chocolate purchased from a supplier to be used in some recipes did not declare the dairy content of the product.
Consumers should be aware that Liz Lovely products are available nationwide. Anyone with Liz Lovely cookies that may contain the dairy that was not declared may return the cookies to the place of purchase. This only needs to be done if a consumer has an allergy to dairy. To date only one report of an allergy attack has been reported.
The recall of certain Liz Lovely products is considered voluntary with an announcement being made by the United State Food and Drug Administration. Liz Lovely, Inc., which offers specialty items such as vegan cookies made with organic products, is located in Vermont. Items may also be viewed and ordered online by visiting their website.
Liz Lovely cookies that are part of the recall are available in 6 ounce bags. The lot numbers for these items are not on the individual packages, but appear only on the boxes that contain 12 units.
The recalled cookies include Liz Lovely’s gluten free products, peanut butter products and organic pretzels. To see the original report and the complete list of items recalled that will have the Liz Lovely label view this site.
Consumers wanting to speak with someone at Liz Lovely, Inc., may call 802-496-6390 between 8 AM and 5 PM. Products may be returned to the place of purchase by any consumer.
A recall such as this one for Liz Lovely’s cookies is not an issue for anyone who is not allergic to the dairy ingredients in the recalled cookies. Only those not wanting to eat dairy should be concerned about the Liz Lovely recall.