Price Chopper recalls 3 varieties of Burst brand cookies
Price Chopper is voluntarily recalling three varieties of Burst Cookies because the label doesn't indicate there is milk in the cookies.
The brownie, almond, and raspberry Burst Cookies varieties are being recalled. The frozen cookies are produced by Jacqueline's Wholesale Bakery and then are baked in the stores.
The cookies aren't harmful to anyone who is not allergic to milk products.
Price Chopper discovered there was milk in the cookies when a Price Chopper corporate quality assurance agent traced it back to inaccurate ingredient label information submitted by Jacqueline's Wholesale Bakery to the grocery store chain in September 2012.
The recall includes all products with a sell-by date of September 5, 2012 through June 21, 2013.
Price Chopper is also in the process of calling customers to alert them about the recall.
Customers are being encouraged to return any packages of Burst Cookies to the store for a full refund.
Anyone with a question can speak to a Price Chopper Customer Service Agent by calling the chain's in-house Customer Communications Center.