Allergy Alert: Mexican bread products recalled for undeclared ingredients

05/19/2010 // West Palm Beach, Florida, USA // Nicole Howley // Nicole Howley

Hood River, OR— Dominguez Family Enterprises has voluntarily recalled three “Juanita’s Brand” Mexican bread products due to undeclared Whey (Milk), Soy Flour, and Wheat. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the recall on May 18, 2010, which recalls “Juanita’s Brand” Cuernos, Pan Huevo and Ojos Mexican breads.

This product poses a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction risk to those who have an allergy or sensitivity to Whey (Milk), Soy Flour, and Wheat.

The recalled bread products were packaged in a 6-count clear plastic clamshell container with a white, red and green label. The FDA stated, “Cuernos is a croissant-like product; Pan Huevo has pink, white, yellow, & chocolate topping; and Ojos is red and rolled in coconut flakes. If you have any of these products with the “best by” dates of 5/12/2010 though 6/05/2010, please return to the retail store and ask for a refund.”

The breads were distributed in five retail stores in Oregon, five stores in Washington, and one store in Anchorage, Alaska.

At this time no illnesses have been reported in connection with this recall.

For more information consumers can call Dominguez Family Enterprises at 541-386-6311 from 8 am-4 pm (PDT), Monday to Friday or email to [email protected], or 888-463-6332.

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