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Recall: Frozen dessert contain tree nuts

This frozen dessert is being recalled.

Van Leeuwen frozen dessert recall. Photo sourced from FDA.

Van Leeuwen is having a recall on this frozen dessert due to undeclared tree nuts.

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Van Leeuwen recall

An article written by the FDA states that 2,185 14oz containers of non-dairy desserts are being recalled.

Van Leeuwen is recalling this product because there is a possibility it may contain tree nuts.

The label on this product does not disclose that it contains tree nuts.

This puts anyone with a tree nut allergy at risk of a serious or life-threatening reaction.

The following nuts are considered tree nuts

  • Brazil nuts
  • Pine Nuts
  • Walnuts
  • Chestnut
  • Cashews
  • Pecans
  • Hazelnuts

Someone with a tree nut allergy could experience symptoms such as nausea, difficulty swallowing, or anaphylaxis.

The exact product affected by this and its best by date is listed below

  • Oat Milk Brown Sugar Chunk – 1/13/2023

This product was distributed nationwide to retail stores.

So far there has been one reported case of a customer having an allergic reaction caused by this product.

Retailers are being urged to stop of sale of this dessert and customers who have purchased it are being asked not to consume it and return it to the store.

Anyone with questions about this recall can call 718.701.1630 to speak to a representative.

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