CDPH Warns of Undeclared Allergens in Cookies, Cakes and Pastries Manufactured by Sweet Tooth Pastry, Inc.
Contact: Anita Gore, Orville Thomas - (916) 440 7259
SACRAMENTO – Doctor Karen Smith, state health officer and director of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), today warned consumers with allergies to wheat, milk, and soy not to eat the following bakery items manufactured by Sweet Tooth Pastry, Inc., because they contain undeclared allergens:
|24 oz.||Wheat, milk, soy|
- Sweet Roll
- Walnut and Cinnamon
|Puff Pastry||10 oz.||Wheat, milk|
|Assorted Cookies||||32 oz.||Soy, wheat|
|French Cookies||||10 oz.||Wheat|
|Raisin Cookies||||10 oz.||Wheat, soy|
|Coconut Macaroon||||10 oz.||Milk|
Product photos can be viewed on the CDPH website.
People who have wheat, milk, and/or soy allergies risk life-threatening reactions if these products are consumed. To date, no illnesses have been reported.
Sweet Tooth Pastry, Inc., of Los Angeles, California, initiated a voluntary recall of these products after a routine inspection by CDPH identified the labeling deficiency. The cakes, cookies, and pastries are packaged in clear plastic clam shell containers or bags with a round label bearing the STP (Sweet Tooth Pastry) logo. The products were distributed to retail grocery stores throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties.
Consumers in possession of these products should return them to the place of purchase for refund or dispose of them in the trash.
Consumers that have experienced an allergic reaction after consuming this product should contact their health care provider. Anyone observing the product being offered for sale is encouraged to call CDPH’s toll free complaint line at (800) 495-3232.