Oklahoma City company recalls cookies after FDA inspection
OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City-based company is recalling hundreds of its cookies Wednesday.
The 7th Heaven Bakeries announced the recall of its oatmeal raisin cookies after a FDA inspection revealed the cookies contained some ingredients that aren’t listed on the label.
Those ingredients are dry eggs, soy lecithin and whey solids.
The cookies were sold to 7-Eleven stores throughout the Oklahoma City metro, including Moore, Norman, Noble, Midwest City, Del City and Edmond.
All the recalled cookies have been pulled from the shelves.
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