Cinnabon Recall

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The recommendations to avoid peanuts and tree nuts during pregnancy have been rescinded. The current study, from Boston Children's Hospital and published Dec. 30 in the Journal of the American Medical Assn. Pediatrics, found that women who ate nuts more than five times a month had the lowest incidence of allergic children. (Kirk McKoy/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

Most people I know really like Cinnabon, so I would like to tell you about a certain recall. The FDA notified Cinnabon of a recall of their ‘Cinnabon Stix.’ One of the ingredients they use in their cinnamon sticks may contain a heavy peanut allergy. Cinnabon product information does say that the products may contain milk, eggs, wheat, soy, and tree nuts, but Cinnabon wanted to take extra measures to let customers know about peanut allergens in the cinnamon sticks according to Syracuse. A customer that has an allergy to peanuts could have a life threatening allergic reaction if they consume the cinnamon sticks. The cinnamon sticks are sold in either bakery cups, bags, or boxes. Cinnabon has discontinued selling the cinnamon sticks until they get the allergen information taken care of. This is just a reminder to be careful and take caution into what you are doing, or in this case, what you are eating.

About Rachel Reichelderfer

My name is Rachel Reichelderfer. I am a senior here at BHS. I am a cheerleader and a swimmer! Go Wildcats!
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