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Liz Lovely Recall

Liz Lovely recall products due to potential dairy content.

Liz Lovely, makers of vegan and gluten-free cookies, issued a recall November 13 for some of its products due to undeclared trace-dairy present in the chocolate obtained from a third-party source. The recall was made following the report of a consumer’s allergy reaction to dairy. Production of the recalled items will resume on November 24, featuring a new chocolate that will be 100-percent dairy-free. Liz Lovely’s CEO Dan Holtz told VegNews that the new chocolate is produced on equipment not shared in the production of dairy products, and is also kosher. The products recalled are listed on the Federal Department of Agriculture (FDA)’s website.

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