Wilton Issues Recall on Rainbow Sprinkles Due to Possible Milk Allergy Presence

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Can we just go one day without a recall? That’d be great.

I swear we have had nothing but recall after recall.

We had the Sugar Recall, the Peach Recall, the Strawberry Recall, the Peanut Butter Recall, the Peanut Butter Food Recall, and the Fruity Candy Recall. Then there was the Baby Formula Recall, the Ground Beef Recall, the Salad Recall, and the latest was the Cheese Recall and the Tea Recall.

The latest recall is rainbow sprinkles!

Wilton Issues Recall for Select Rainbow Sprinkles

As of today, the FDA announced that Wilton Brands Issues Allergy Alert on Possible Presence of Undeclared Milk in Two Sprinkle Products.

The recalled products have warnings that they may contain milk.

However, Wilton discovered some samples did contain milk.

This is bad news for people with a sensitivity or allergy to milk and Wilton is warning people to not consume the product.

“The health and safety of our consumers is Wilton’s primary concern and Wilton is acting with the highest degree of caution and urgency to address this issue,” Wilton said in a statement published on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s website.

The recall only covers two Wilton products.


The first is Rainbow Chip Crunch Sprinkles (item number 710-5364), lots 20294Z, 20314Z, 20345Z, 21013Z, and 21022Z.


The second is Rainbow Sprinkles Mix (710-0-0627), lots 21005Z and 21111Z.

Products with other lot codes are not covered by the recall.

So, check your pantry and if you are heading anywhere that has sprinkles, make sure they aren’t use these if you’re worried about an allergic reaction.

The products are being removed from retailers and distributors nationwide as we speak. Consumers with questions can contact Wilton at pressroom@wilton.com or 630-212-2229.

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