Hostess Brands has issues a voluntary recall for Ding Dongs, Zingers, Chocodiles, and a variety of donuts. The recall targets more than 700,000 cases of these snack cakes and donuts that were distributed to grocery, convenience, dollar, and drug stores throughout the country. Impacting both single-serve and multipack boxes, this recall was initiated after Grain Craft, one of the company’s flour suppliers, recalled batches of flour with undeclared peanut residue. Peanut allergies can be triggered by even trace amounts of the ingredient. Package labeling is required to disclose any potential peanut contamination to help guard against the serious and sometimes fatal reactions that exposure can cause.
When full disclosure of ingredients is not made, consumer lives are at risk. If you or a loved one has suffered injury following exposure to an undisclosed allergen, you may be entitled to seek compensation for all related damages. The best way to determine if you have cause to file suit is through a one-on-one consultation with our New Hampshire produce liability attorneys. Our firm has the experience and resources needed to identify corporate negligence, and the tenacity required to help injured consumers get the total compensation they deserve.