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February 10, 2010: Giant Food Recalls Party Platters

Giant Food of Landover, Md. has announced a voluntary recall

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of its 24 oz. Party Platter Cookies because they contain almonds and almond paste, undeclared allergens that pose a serious and potential life-threatening health risk to allergic individuals. Giant has removed from sale the following product:
  • Giant Food Party Platter Cookies
    UPC# 0200148262, 24 oz., all codes
The product is packaged on a rectangular platter with a plastic overwrap and sold through Giant’s in-store bakery.

This announcement was posted on the FSIS website on this date.

To learn more about allergens, please see Food Allergies.

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