Reese’s candies are life. Prove me wrong.
There are sometimes, however, that even the best things in life get recalled.
This is one of those times.
A batch of Reese’s Pieces, made in a manufacturing plant in Madison Heights, Missouri, is being recalled.
Why? Well, let me tell ya!
It seems they are advertised as being gluten-free.
Only, this batch does, in fact, contain undeclared wheat — a problem for people that have to stay gluten-free.
The FDA has recalled the Second Nature Brands’ four-ounce packages of “Gluten Free Reese’s Pieces Brownie Brittle,” because of this wheat contamination.
Even though this candy was manufactured in Missouri, it was distributed nationwide.
In other words, check your candy, no matter where you live — especially if you are gluten-free.
These Reese’s Pieces Brownie Brittle are also packaged under the name “Sheila G’s.”
You want to check the back of the pouch.
The lot codes in question are SG 1054 15/NOV/2023 1S and SG 1054 15/NOV/2023 2S.
You can also look for the UPC code: 711747011562.
Even if you DON’T have a gluten allergy, people are being warned about the candy. You wouldn’t want someone coming into your house, who has a wheat allergy, and decide they wanted a sweet pick-me-up.
It’s better — and more safe — just to get rid of the candy.
If you have further questions, you are urged to contact the manufacturer at email@example.com.
You can also reach them by phone at (800) 651-7263.
Stay safe out there!