CARLSBAD (CNS) - A North County baking company announced Friday it is recalling some of its multi-grain bread because it contains milk, which could cause allergies, but did not list the ingredient on the label.
Milton's Baking Co. is recalling 5,000 to 10,000 loaves from northern and central California, Arizona and Nevada, with "best if purchased by" dates through Aug. 26. Loaves at Costco and Trader Joe's are not affected by the recall, however.
The recall is for 24-ounce Milton's Multi-Grain Bread, UPC code 06541-92038, with a Plant Code of 250.
The milk is an undeclared allergen that could pose a serious health risk for people allergic to milk. The company has received no reports of allergic reactions.
Milton's President and CEO Barry Shepard said people who have no allergies to milk should not be affected by the bread.
The company said stores will resume stocking the bread -- without milk -- on Saturday.
Consumers can return loaves to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.
For more information, log onto the company website at miltonsbaking.com/talk-to-us or call (858) 350-9696, ext. 151, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
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