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Frozen macarons sold at Sam’s Club recalled because of plastic in product


Sublime Desserts Inc, of Saint-Laurent, Canada, is recalling 148,800 units of Members Mark Holiday Macarons because of potential contamination by plastic particles.

The recall was initiated on Dec. 20, 2022, and is ongoing. The products are kept frozen and have a long shelf life, with best by dates ranging through Dec. 20223. There is concern that consumers may have the product in their homes because of the long shelf life.

The products were distributed by Sam’s West Inc.

Recalled products:

Product Description

Recall Number Classification Code Information Product Quantity Reason for Recall
Members Mark Holiday Macarons 540g units in plastic trays, 10 units per case Keep frozen, refrigerate after opening UPC: 193968321123 Distributed by: Sam’s West, Inc. Bentonville, AR 72716 Product of Canada F-0217-2023 Class II Expiration Dates: 10/25/23, 10/26/23, 10/27/23, 10/28/23, 11/01/23, 11/02/23, 11/03/23, 11/04/23, 11/05/23, 11/06/23, 11/30/23, 12/01/23, 12/02/23, 12/03/23, 12/05/23. 148,800 units Potential contamination of plastic particles.

Recalled products should not be consumed. Consumers should return recalled products to the place of purchase.

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