Nutrition experts and lay snack alike love Rx Bars for their simple ingredients and high protein content. Unfortunately, the company voluntarily remembers 12 flavors of Rx Bars and three flavors of Rx Bar Kids, as there may have been an undeclared peanut allergen .
"Rx Bar identified the potential for peanut varieties – chocolate sea salt and coconut chocolate – in December and initiated a recall of these strains." We extend the recall with caution and caution after recent consumer contact for allergic reactions to additional strains were recorded, "said the company ] a statement . "Our investigation found that the problem was due to a specific ingredient supplied by a third-party supplier, and we immediately changed the supplier for that ingredient when the problem occurred."
Although there is an indication on the label informing consumers that all ingots are present. "Produced in a plant that also processes peanuts, nuts, eggs, milk, soy and wheat," these products do not contain peanuts as an ingredient and should not contain them.
In particular, the company recalls these Rx-Bar flavors:
- apple cinnamon
- chocolate chip
- chocolate hazelnut  19659011]] Coffee chocolate
- Mango pineapple
- Maple sea salt
- Mint chocolate
- Mixed berry
- Pumpkin spice
The company is also reminiscent of apple, cinnamon, raisin, berry blast and chocolate biscuit. Flavors Kids Bars  9019] However, the recall only affects bars with Best Buy dates between January 14th and October 19th, 2019, depending on taste. The full list of dates and lot numbers can be found in in the callback notification here .
If you have no peanut allergy, you should not be affected. But for those who do, this is important information.
Food allergies are a serious business. As SELF previously wrote if someone who is allergic to a food (eg peanuts) accidentally consumes even a small amount of this food, this can lead to a number of symptoms. At the mild end, an individual may develop an itchy mouth or hives; At the serious end is anaphylaxis, a condition in which the airways swell and the heartbeat slows down. Without urgent treatment, anaphylaxis can be deadly.
Again, the recalled bars may be safe for those who have no peanut allergy. People who bought the recalled bars and have a peanut allergy should discard them and either contact Rx Bar or their dealer for a refund or replacement.