Recall of almost 19,000 cases of holiday baking chips sold exclusively at Walmart

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Lily’s Peppermint Flavor Baking Chips come in 7-ounce packages and 18,855 cases of those packages have been recalled after an error made the chips dangerous to some with a food allergy and annoying to those who want to avoid sugar.

As described in the Lily’s Sweets-written, FDA-posted recall notice, some consumers noticed white candy pieces in the baking chips, which were sold exclusively at Walmart stores.

“We have determined that the error occurred at a co-manufacturer,” the notice states. “The white disc-shaped candy pieces contain soy lecithin, sugar, and other ingredients that are not present in Lily’s Peppermint Flavor chips. Individuals with a severe allergy to soy should not consume this product.”

The lot codes start with BB and are 1/24/2023 BS through 1/28/2023 BS; 1/31/2021 BS through 2/04/2023 BS; 1/25/2023 AS through 1/28/2023 AS; 1/31/2023 AS through 2/04/2023 AS; 1/25/2023 CS through 1/27/2023 CS; and 2/01/2023 BS through 2/03/2023 BS.

If the sugar and soy aren’t a problem for you, continue on. If you need to return the baking chips for a full refund, do so at the store of purchase or by filling out a contact form.

If you have questions, call Lily’s at 877-587-0557.

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