Hostess recalls snacks over peanut contamination concerns “Details”

Hostess recalls snacks over peanut contamination concerns "Details"

Hostess Brands has issued a voluntary recall over concerns that some of its products may have come into contact with undeclared peanut residue.

According to the bakery company, the recall is the result of supplier Grain Craft’s recent recall of flour for low levels of undeclared peanut residue.

The affected Hostess products include Ding Dongs, Zingers, Chocodiles, as well as single serve – snack cakes and doughnuts – multipack boxes and bagged doughnuts. The products have a best buy date for May and June 2016.

Hostess has received two reports of allergic reactions because of the peanut residue.
Those who purchased any affected products are entitled to a full refund