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Two snack products have recently been recalled by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) because they might contain substances that weren’t listed on the package and could cause an allergic reaction that could be fatal.

The items include Organic Granola from Garden of Light and a Tohato Nagewa snack from Daiso California LLC.


The FDA has ordered Daiso California LLC to recall Tohato Nagewa Snack due to the presence of an undeclared milk derivative ingredient. Consuming these goods might cause a serious or even fatal allergic reaction in people who have a milk allergy or sensitivity.

Daiso stores in New York, New Jersey, California, Washington, Nevada, Texas, and Arizona sold the goods. They come in a red bag with a picture of the potato ring nibbles that are crispy on them. The product is offered in containers of 27 and 73 grams.

No incidences of allergic reactions to this product have been documented.

The product was delivered in packaging that did not properly alert consumers to the possibility of a milk allergen, leading to the recall. A further examination revealed that the issue was brought on by a brief malfunction in the company’s production and packaging procedures.

The product’s sales have been put on hold.

Tohato Nagewa Snacks can be returned to any Daiso location for a complete refund by customers who have purchased them. Customers can reach Daiso via email at support@daiso-usa.com or by phone at 833-888-1610, which is toll-free.


Due to potential contamination with tree nuts (almonds), Garden of Light is recalling one lot of its organic oat and honey granola. According to the FDA, individuals who are allergic to almonds or have a significant sensitivity to them run the risk of having a serious or life-threatening allergic response if they ingest this product.

National stores sell the product under the following brands:

The “Naturally Better” Organic Oats & Honey Granola with UPC code 07880201130 is sold at SEG stores by Topco/Full Circle under the brand name “Organically Better.”

The “Best Before Date” (BBD) of the product is 10/10/23. On the back of the film packaging, you’ll see the UPC code and best-before date. Additionally, this recall does not affect any other lot numbers or items.

More than 14,300 pounds of merchandise were produced by the company and distributed across the nation. The product potentially containing almonds was distributed in packaging that concealed their existence, leading to the discovery that the recall was necessary.

Up to this point, no illnesses or injuries have been reported.

Customers who have goods in their hands with the best-by date of 10/10/22 should throw them away right away. Customers can reach Garden of Light at info@bakeryonmain.com or 860-895-6622 with any inquiries.

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