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Richmond, VA—Martin's Food Markets
is recalling Ukrop's Gingerbread Men Cookies; the sweets contain milk, an
allergen not printed on the ingredients list.
The UPC code of the
impacted items is UPC 72251591109;
the sell-by date is between November 8th and December 16th.
There have been no
reports of illness related to the cookies so far, but customers allergic to milk
may become seriously ill if they eat the product.
Customers are advised to
discard unused portions of the cookies, or bring their purchase recipt to a
Martin's store for a full refund.
may be found on the Martin's website here; customers may also call Martin's Customer
Service at 1-888-814-4268.