Trader Joe's Recalls Dark Chocolate Graham Crackers After Label Mishap

Aug 27, 2015 08:40 PM EDT | By abbie uychiat

Just this Tuesday, news broke out that Trader Joe's is having a recall for their dark chocolate graham crackers. As per Daily Meal, the company made an announcement on their website that customers who bought the dark chocolate covered graham crackers with sea salt are being recalled. The company recall specified that the graham crackers contained milk, which is not however posted on the ingredient panel.

Individuals with dairy allergies may have a serious reaction if they would eat the product.  Two incidents have already occurred, which bought the company's attention, hence they requested for a recall. Trader Joe's have been doing their best in having this situation in control.

As a precaution, the huge food company has removed the chocolate covered graham crackers from shelves. Trader Joe's then made an announcement that the customer can return the product to any Trader Joe's store in order for them to get a full refund.

Los Angeles Times then posted the details on how to return the product on their website.

If you purchased the graham crackers, you can return them to any Trader Joe's for a full refund. You can also call Trader Joe's customer relations at (626) 599-3817. 

Trader Joe's did have their fair share of recalling products. Three years ago, they made the headlines when they had a recall involving traces of listeria in their food products. The food products that contained listeria were found in diced onions. Other was for salmonella tainted peanut butter which was reported in CNN. 

As per reports, containers marked with consume before dates 5/23/2013 to 6/ 28/ 2013 has been contaminated.  After the peanut butter salmonella outbreak, listeria contamination was then announced affecting their bulk and packaged fruits.

 Listeria moncytogenes causes fatal infections most especially I younger children. This virus can also cause harm to pregnant woman and can sometimes cause fatal death.

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