Baking Potato Chips Sold at Walmart Recalled

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(WWTI) — Lily’s Sweets is voluntarily recalling 18,855 cases of one of its products due to the presence of soy lecithin.

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the company’s 7-ounce Peppermint Baking Chips are being recalled. The product was a limited seasonal holiday offering available exclusively at Walmart stores in the United States.

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The error was discovered after consumers contacted the company and reported finding pieces of white candy mixed with Lily’s Peppermint Flavor baking chips. The disc-shaped white candy pieces are said to contain soy lecithin, sugar and other ingredients not found in Lily’s Peppermint Flavor crisps.

The product is being recalled to protect those who have a severe allergy or sensitivity to soy and should not consume the product. However, no illness or injury has been reported.

Below is information about the recalled product.

UPC number Package The description Batch code information (BB followed by)
8-10003-46159-9 7 oz pouch Lily’s Peppermint Flavored Baking Chips 01/24/2023 BS
01/25/2023 AS, 01/25/2023 BS, 01/25/23 CS
01/26/2023 AS, 01/26/2023 BS, 01/26/23 CS
01/27/2023 AS, 01/27/2023 BS, 01/27/23 CS
01/28/2023 AS, 01/28/2023 BS
01/31/2023 AS, 01/31/2023 BS
02/01/2023 AS, 02/01/2023 BS, 02/01/23 CS
02/02/2023 AS, 02/02/2023 BS, 02/02/23 CS
02/03/2023 AS, 02/03/2023 BS, 02/03/23 CS
02/04/2023 AS, 02/04/2023 BS

Consumers who purchased the affected product should contact the company for a full refund. They can do this by filling out a contact form or by calling Lily’s customer contact line at (877) 587-0557.