Hong Thai Foods Corp. Recalls Golden Boy Custard Muffin Pandan due to Undeclared Allergen

Hong Thai Foods Corp. of Brooklyn, NY recalled 7.76 ounce packages of Golden Boy Custard Muffin Pandan due to an undeclared allergen, which is milk.

Hong Thai Foods Corp. of Brooklyn, NY recalled 7.76 ounce packages of Golden Boy Custard Muffin Pandan due to an undeclared allergen, which is milk.

The recalled product did not indicate the presence of milk, posing a potential health risk for people who consumed the product and have an allergy or intolerance to milk. 

According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), common signs and symptoms of a lactose intolerance include diarrhea, nausea, and sometimes vomiting. 

Golden Boy Custard Muffin Pandan were distributed nationwide in retail stores.

In response to this, Hong Thai Foods Corp. representatives have been coordinating with retail stores, instructing them to immediately remove the product from store shelves and inventories.

The company has also issued a point of sale notice to its customers to explain why the product is being recalled and what to do if they have purchased the product. 

Hong Thai Foods Corp. has advised their customers who bought the product and are allergic to milk to not consume it and to return it to the point of sale for a full refund. 

There have been no reported illnesses thus far.


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