Wilbur Chocolate Clusters Recalled

Posted on September 23, 2016 by


Cargill is recalling three varieties of boxed chocolate nut clusters, supplied to them by Asher Chocolate Company and sold under its Wilbur Chocolate brand through the Wilbur Chocolate Store in Lititz, Penn.

This recall affects 70 boxes of three different products including boxed milk chocolate clusters containing cashews and boxed dark chocolate clusters containing peanuts and almonds. Each box contains approximately 15 clusters. These products were sold at the Wilbur Chocolate Store in Lititz, Penn., between July 11, 2016-Sept. 20, 2016. Those items are:

Wilbur Milk Chocolate Cashew Cluster, batch 16070401WH;
Wilbur Dark Chocolate Peanut Cluster, batch 16063001WH; and
Wilbur Dark Chocolate Almond Cluster, batch 16080901WH.

Asher’s issued a recall of a number of its products in early September and amended their recall Sept. 20, 2016 to include these three items shipped to and repackaged by the Wilbur Chocolate Store between June 28, 2016-Aug. 2, 2016.

No illnesses or health related complaints have been reported to date to Asher’s or Cargill in connection with this recall.

Customers who purchased any of these products should not consume them and return any unconsumed portions to the Wilbur Chocolate Store. Please contact Denise Auker, Denise_Auker@cargill.com or by calling, 717-627-7946 between 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Eastern, Monday-Friday. Full refunds will be granted.

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