FDA announces production suspended at Indiana producer.
Jay’s, Mike Sell’s, Copper Kettle, Better Made and Seyfert’s are among the brands affected by recall of caramel corn manufactured by Snax In Pax Inc. of Topeka, Ind., because they contain undeclared milk on their label. Production of the products has been suspended until Snax In Pax is certain the problem has been corrected, according to the Food & Drug Administration.
Jay’s Low Fat Caramel Popcorn, Mike Sell’s Caramel Corn w/Peanuts, Better Made Caramel Corn and Seyfert’s Caramel Corn all come in 8-oz. clear plastic tubs, with white lids corresponding to the products contained. The Copper Kettle Caramel Corn and the Copper Kettle Caramel Puffs are in clear and brown tone film bags with graphics of a horse and buggy. The bags come in 6.5- and 8-oz. sizes. Bulk caramel corn that comes in a 25-lb. box also was recalled, the FDA reports.
The recall initiated after it was discovered that the labels on these particular products did not disclose that there is milk in the product. Further investigation has revealed the problem was caused by a temporary breakdown in the company’s packaging process.
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