CDPH Warns Consumers With Milk Allergy Not to Eat “Dave’s Bakery Corn Bread” Due to Risk of Illness
SACRAMENTO – The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is warning consumers with an allergy to milk not to eat Dave’s Bakery Corn Bread.
The product contained whey, a milk allergen, and the label did not include a milk allergy statement as required by law. CDPH is issuing this warning to ensure that consumers with an allergy to milk are aware that these products should not be consumed. The misbranding was discovered during a routine facility inspection.
Anyone finding these products for sale should call the CDPH Complaint Hotline at (800) 495-3232 or submit an electronic report here.
People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product. To date, no illnesses have been reported.
At this time, Bake R Us, Inc., (dba Dave’s Baking Company), based in Gardena, California, has not issued a voluntary recall. The corn bread was produced under the Dave’s Bakery brand name and packed in 9 pack/net wt. 21 oz (595g) packages. The product was shipped in cardboard boxes, 8 per box, and the best-by date was printed only on the outer case label. All best-by dates, on or before July 18, 2024, are included in this warning.
CDPH has issued a Notice of Violation to Dave’s Bakery Corn Bread who may be subject to further action including legal proceedings that may result in civil penalties. In addition, CDPH staff continue to investigate additional products manufactured by this firm for undeclared allergens.
Please note: The UPC and company locations differ between the package label and the case label.
City: Santa Monica, CA
UPC: 0 41981 05000 4
City: Gardena, CA
UPC: 0 41981 06000 3
Dates affected: On or before July 18, 2024
CDPH recommends consumers experiencing any ill effects after consuming this product should consult their health care provider.
- Dave’s Bakery Corn Bread: CDPH