Zachary Confections Inc. has announced on their official website on March 4, their chocolate-covered marshmallow egg products are free of salmonella concerns. The candy confection company has hired an independent third-party company in efforts to clear last week’s FDA recall of the candy due to the potential risk of salmonella.
The U.S. Food and drug Administration (FDA) recalled on Feb. 27, a full lot of candy products produced by Zachary Confections were pulled from reaching the consumer market.
This prompted the Frankfort, Ind.-based company to hire their own third-party testing laboratory.
Based on findings conducted by the new testing lab, Zachary Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Eggs were free of salmonella concerns.
The following excerpt from the candy company’s website reads, “All products are now confirmed not to contain Salmonella, and are safe for consumption. We have worked with the FDA through this entire process. “
To correlate with the confectionery company’s newest press release, the FDA has subsequently rescinded the Feb. 27 official recall; they removed the notice dated in its entirety from their government website.
The independent third party laboratory testing – effort hired by Zachary Confections Inc. – were completely vindicated by the evidence.
Any questions concerning this update may contact Zachary Confections Customer Service at 765-654-8356, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. EST.
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