RXBAR, a Chicago-based producer of protein bars, peanut butter, and almond butter, is recalling 15 flavors of protein bars because the products may be contaminated with undeclared peanuts.
In an email, the company said it expanded the recall beyond the original suspected products “out of an abundance of caution after recently receiving consumer contacts regarding allergic reactions to additional varieties.”
Consumers with peanut allergies run the risk of serious or life-threatening reactions by consuming the products. The recalled RXBAR varieties are safe for consumers who do not have peanut allergies.
If you have purchased a recalled product from the Co-op, please return it for a refund. For detailed information about how to identify the recalled products, see the recall page on the RXBAR website.
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