There has been a ConAgra recall recently, according to an Aug. 26 UPI report. The Kroger Break and Bake brand cookie dough may not be such a good deal if you are allergic to peanuts. The cookie dough has been recalled because it was mislabeled.
The problem that led to the ConAgra recall is that some packages of Kroger chocolate chip cookie dough may actually contain peanut butter cookie dough. For people who suffer from peanut allergies, this mix up could possibly be deadly. Thankfully, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not had any reports of people suffering an allergic reaction as a result of the incorrectly packaged cookie dough from Kroger.
The ConAgra recall is simply products with the UPC code 11110 87530 and use-by date of November 24, 2013. The recall affects only 16 ounce packages of Break ‘N Bake Chocolate Chip cookie dough. They were distributed in 26 states. Be sure to check the UPC code if you have Kroger cookie dough and somebody in your household who has a peanut allergy.
Hopefully this recall will not affect ConAgra's earnings and growth over the coming years. It looks like they probably caught the mix up early before it caused negative issues for consumers.