On September 2, 2016, Regalo Bakery of Honolulu, Hawaii recalled several bakery products due to undeclared allergens—eggs, wheat, milk, soy, and artificial food coloring. The listed allergens were not included in ingredients lists as inspected by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The affected products and their UPC numbers are: “Spanish Rolls”[UPC#78253230919], “Manju Blackbeans (Hopia Monggo)” [UPC#78253230917], “Manju Onions (Hopia Baboy)” [UPC#78253230918], “Balintawak” [UPC#78253203095], “Taro Bread” [UPC#78253231001], and “Kababayan” [UPC#78253230920]. The products would’ve been distributed throughout the Hawaiian Islands at Foodland, Longs, Target, 7-Eleven, Don Quijote, and others.
No reactions to the allergens have been reported at this time and people who have purchased any of the affected items should stop consumption. Anyone with unopened, unexpired items may bring them to the store for a refund.
If you or someone you know has experienced illness due to a defective or dangerous food product, contact an attorney with Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®. Call (414) 271-0900 to schedule a free consultation.