Chick-fil-A Cookie Recalled: Chocolate Chunk Cookies Linked To Undeclared Peanut

April 27, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery More

Chick-fil-A’s cookies that were recalled over peanut allergies are making headlines. The company revealed that it is recalling all Chick-fil-A Chocolate Chunk Cookies from their restaurants because they contain peanuts.

Chick-fil-A cookie recalled

Chick-fil-A has recalled their famous cookies from all their restaurants. In a press release, the fast food restaurant chain headquartered in Georgia, revealed that they are pulling their famous Chick-fil-A Chocolate Chunk Cookies.

The cookies, which are produced by CSM Bakery Solutions, are under recall for undeclared peanut allergen. The Chocolate Chunk cookies are not sold in stores and can only be found in the more than 1,950 Chick-fil-A locations, mainly in the southeastern United States.

According to Chick-fil-A, they learned that the Chocolate Chunk cookies might affect customers allergic to peanuts while testing some of the flour used to make the snacks. Thus far, no one has fallen ill from eating the cookies. Clients have been asked to either dispose of the cookies or get the full refund by returning them to a Chick-fil-A outlet. Below are Chick-fil-A’s statement and necessary information on how to identify the cookies:

Chick-fil-A’s Chocolate Chunk Cookies were recently recalled by our supplier, CSM Bakery Solutions, due to the possible presence of undeclared peanut allergens. Anyone who purchased cookies before Friday, April 22 is encouraged to discard these cookies or return them to a Restaurant for a full refund.

Following the recall of our Chocolate Chunk Cookies, we have worked with our supplier to ensure that the cookies you receive today are free of peanuts. Restaurants will begin to serve cookies again within the next 1-2 weeks, and cookies will be available on a limited basis until supplies can be fully restocked by the end of May.

Material Name Lot Number Best by date Ship Date

COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000146515 Sep/25/2016 4/2/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000146515 Sep/25/2016 4/13/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000146526 Oct/08/2016 4/15/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000146526 Oct/08/2016 4/15/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000148294 Sep/13/2016 3/25/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000148294 Sep/13/2016 3/25/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000153626 Sep/26/2016 4/5/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000153626 Sep/26/2016 4/4/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000153626 Sep/26/2016 4/5/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000155869 Sep/26/2016 4/6/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000155869 Sep/26/2016 4/7/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000155869 Sep/26/2016 4/6/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000155869 Sep/26/2016 4/6/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW 1000155869 Sep/26/2016 4/13/16
COOKIE, TFF CFA CHOC CHNK OAT, NO THAW

A person, who is facing a serious or life-threatening peanut allergic reaction, might have redness and itching on the skin, and digestive problems such as vomiting and diarrhea.

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    1. Leah says:

      I think when it comes to peanuts you cannot complain about them in Chick-Fil-A. They cook their food in peanut oil so if you have a peanut allergy you should know enough to stay away.


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