Nut Recall Alert The following food items have recently been recalled. Follow the links to the products for specific information on the products, including affected lots, etc., and further information regarding how to arrange for a replacement
product or refund.

As a general matter, if you suspect that a product you own may have be subject to a recall, or if you have recently experienced food poisoning, you should contact the store of purchase or product's manufacturer for additional information or to report the problem.

The products listed below have recently been recalled due to undeclared allergens. These three are particularly urgent, because all three involve undeclared types of nuts, one of the most serious categories of food allergies.

The following products have recently been recalled:

  • Oskri Corp. announced the recallof its “Peach Granola” for undeclared cashews. The affected granola was sold nationwide in travel plazas and retail stores. OSKRI Corp. PEACH GRANOLA
  • Best Maid Cookie Company of River Falls, Wisconsin is recallingSienna Bakery brand Oatmeal Walnut Raisin and Sienna Bakery brand White Chocolate Macadamia Nut cookies due to the potential presence of undeclared walnuts. It appears as though the oatmeal raisin walnut cookies may have been improperly labeled as the white chocolate macadamia nut cookies, thus not indicating the presence of the walnut allergen. Sienna Bakery Front Oatmeal Walnut Raisin
  • Sienna Bakery Retail Box Front White Choc Mac






  • Unilever issued a recall on Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Nougat Crunch Ice Cream: Sweet Cream Ice Cream with Fudge Covered Wafer Cookies & a Chocolate Nougat Swirl (“Chocolate Nougat Crunch”), because the packaging is missing an allergen advisory statement stating: “Allergy Information: Fudge covered wafer pieces have been manufactured on shared equipment that processes peanuts and tree nuts.”

What to Do if You or a Loved One Has Been Affected by a Recalled Product

If you or a loved one has become sick as a result of a recalled product, you may be entitled to compensation. Due to the potential for nut allergies to be incredibly intense, there have been situations in which children have died simply because a cookie was prepared with peanut oil. Manufacturers are responsible for the damages that their defective products cause. Potential damages may include things such as medical bills, or awards for pain and suffering. You should contact an experienced products liability attorney to discuss your potential legal claims.