New York bakery recalls some 7-Eleven cookies over peanuts

A suburban New York bakery has recalled several lots of cookies sold at 7-Eleven stores across the state because they may contain undeclared peanuts.

Glenn Wayne Wholesale Bakery said Tuesday the 7-Eleven Fresh to Go brand cookies are from batches potentially contaminated with peanuts and aren't labeled with allergy warnings. No illnesses have been reported.

The recalled packages are clear, with two cookies in each. They're labeled as weighing 4 ounces and have best by date codes of Friday 0422, Saturday 0423 and Sunday 0424. The cookies are Chocolate Chunk, Oatmeal Raisin and Sugar Cookie with M&M Chocolate Candy.

The Bohemia bakery says consumers can return the to the stores for refunds.

7-Eleven Inc. is a subsidiary of Seven-Eleven Japan Co. Ltd.

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