Trader Joe’s is recalling two types of cookies because they “may contain stones”.
In a statement on Friday, the supermarket chain said it was recalling its almond cookies with expiration dates of October 19-21 and its dark chocolate chunk cookies with expiration dates of October 17-21.
The grocer is offering customers a full refund for the products and reminding customers not to eat any possibly contaminated biscuits, which have been removed from the sales floor and remaining stock destroyed.
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Although Trader Joe’s did not provide further details on how the contamination happened, people took to X, officially known as Twitter, to question the incident.
I just saw on the news that a batch of Trader Joes cookies have been recalled because they may have stones in them. ROCKS! How is it going ?
— Tarah Price (@tarahtalk) July 25, 2023
The thing is, if Trader Joes sold them as Almond Cookies with Pebbles, they would be a huge hit.
— johnez (@johnez_ltc) July 24, 2023
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