Carob products recalled for possible milk traces
ATLANTA - Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin is alerting Georgia consumers to the recall of several pre-packaged carob products because they may contain traces of milk from equipment used to process other materials that did contain milk.
Simple Foods, Inc. of Tonawanda, NY, distributed the products to retail health food stores and food co-ops in several states, including Georgia.
Each recalled product can be identified through the UPC Code as well as the individual package weight:
The company says its investigation indicates the problem was caused by the carob confectionary coating supplier using machinery that is also used to process materials that may contain milk.