December 7, 2009: Trail Mix Contains Undeclared Allergen

The following information is posted on the FDA website.

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Rock Creek Nut Company, Union, Oregon is recalling all "Quick Fix" trail mix, because it contains undeclared milk and soy in the carob chips. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk and/or soy run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

"Quick Fix" was distributed in Oregon and Washington at retail stores.The product is packaged in clear plastic bags in ½ pound and 2 ounce sizes with a round blue and white label reading "Quick Fix", Rock Creek Nut Co. Union, Oregon 97885”.

This product does not contain a lot code.No illnesses have been associated with this product.This recall is being conducted because it was discovered that "Quick Fix" product containing milk and soy was distributed in packaging that did not reveal the presence of milk and soy in the ingredient statement.

To learn more about allergens, please see Food Allergies.

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