Trader Joe’s Grocery Stores announce another product recall this week. Trader Joe’s has voluntarily recalled all codes of Trader Joe's Chocolate Orange Sticks (UPC 00847162) and Trader Joe's Chocolate Raspberry Sticks (UPC 00847122). These products may contain more than the stated "traces of milk" on the label. The products have been removed from store shelves across the nation. The improper labeling of the product put those with milk allergies or severe milk sensitivity at risk of a serious or life-threatening reaction if they consume these products. There have been two reported allergic reactions to date. After noticing the candy appeared different, Trader Joe's initiated the voluntary removal of these products. There have been two reported allergic reactions to date. Trader Joe's is offering a full refund for customers that have purchased Trader Joe's Chocolate Orange Sticks and Trader Joe's Chocolate Raspberry Sticks
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