Weaver Fundraising recalls chocolate product
Trail’s End Chocolatey Caramel Crunch has been recalled due to undeclared almonds, cashews and pecans.
Weaver Fundraising, LLC, of Indianapolis, is voluntarily recalling 15 oz. tins containing Trail’s End Chocolatey Caramel Crunch because they may inadvertently contain almonds, cashews and pecans. Those who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to these tree nuts run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume the recalled products.
The recalled tins of Chocolatey Caramel Crunch were distributed to consumers through Boy Scout councils located in Houston and Corpus Christi, Texas, beginning August 9th 2019. None of the product was distributed through retail stores, according to reports.
The product is contained in an individual 15 oz. metallised bag within a tin bearing a label: ‘Trail’s End Chocolatey Caramel Crunch’. The inner bag is stamped with the words “ACP CARAMEL”. Applicable labels can be found on the US Food and Drugs Administration website (FDA).
No illnesses have been reported to Weaver Fundraising to date. The company’s ongoing investigation shows that the issue stemmed from an error made by one of its third-party packagers in labelling the tins, and the situation has been remediated. No other Trail’s End products are said to be affected by this recall.