Nationwide Voluntary Recall Expanded for Flying Horse Sesame Chewy Candy Due to Undeclared Peanuts

Buena Park, CA–(ENEWSPF)–March 24, 2010.  Walong Marketing, Inc. of Buena Park, California is expanding a voluntary recall of Flying Horse Sesame Chewy Candy due to undeclared peanuts to include Flying Horse White Sesame Chewy Candy. The recall was initiated on February 16, 2010 for Flying Horse Black and White Sesame Chewy Candy. People who have severe sensitivity to peanuts run the risk of serious or life threatening allergic reactions if they consume this product.

The following items affected by the recall were sold through retail stores nationwide:

Product Description UPC Code Packaging
Flying Horse Black and White Sesame Chewy Candy 67336748915 3.5 oz plastic bag
Flying Horse White Sesame Chewy Candy 673367487806 3.5 oz plastic bag

All “Best Before” dates between 08/2010 to 01/15/2011 that have not been relabeled with a white auxiliary ingredient label are affected by this recall.

Walong Marketing, Inc. initiated the recall after being notified by the FDA of a consumer complaint involving an allergic reaction related to the consumption of the Flying Horse Black and White Sesame Chewy Candy. Subsequent testing has found that the Flying Horse Black and White Sesame Chewy Candy product contain peanuts. Walong Marketing, Inc. has now been informed by the product manufacturer that the Flying Horse White Sesame Chewy Candy product also contains peanuts. No illness or allergic reactions have been reported to Walong Marketing, Inc. to date in connection with these products.

Consumers who have purchase the product prior to March 22, 2010 are urged to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with question may contact Walong Marketing, Inc. Monday thorough Friday, 9am to 5pm PST at 714-670-8899 ext. 137.

 

Source: fda.gov