Tree Nut Allergy Alert: Taylor Farms New Jersey, Inc.

June 21, 2013 — Taylor Farms New Jersey, Inc. of Swedesboro, NJ is voluntarily recalling a limited quantity of Black Forest Ham and Cheese on a Pretzel Roll with Swiss Cheese and Country Dijon Honey Mustard because they have the potential of containing an undeclared tree nut allergen.

People who have severe sensitivity or allergies to tree nuts may run the risk of a serious or life threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products. They do not pose any risk to the general population without tree nut allergies.

The sandwiches are sold to a limited number of Wawa stores in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, and Maryland. The recalled products include 529 units of the Black Forest Ham and Cheese on a Pretzel Roll with Swiss Cheese and Country Dijon Honey Mustard which have the code date of "sell by" 06/23/13 TFNJ 170 5:00am packaged in an 8.7oz. plastic container. The affected product was distributed to stores on 6/19/13 and was discovered by a store associate.

No illnesses have been reported to date.

The Black Forest Ham and Cheese on a Pretzel Roll sandwich includes a country Dijon honey mustard packet that was inadvertently replaced with a green pesto aioli packet containing pine nuts in a limited number of units.

This voluntary recall does not apply to any other Wawa products distributed anywhere in the United States.

Consumers who have purchased Wawa Black Forest Ham and Cheese on a Pretzel Roll with Swiss Cheese and Country Dijon Honey Mustard are urged to discard the product and contact the Wawa Call Center at 1-800-444-9292 24 hours a day 7 days a week for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact Taylor Farms New Jersey at 856-294-4181 Monday through Friday between 8am and 4pm EST.

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