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Baptista’s Bakery Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Milk in Snack Factory® Original Pretzel Crisps®

Baptista’s Bakery, Inc. announced a voluntary recall of a limited number of 7.2 oz. Snack Factory® Original Pretzel Crisps® and 7.2 oz Snack Factory® Sriracha Lime Pretzel Crisps® packages because they may contain undeclared milk ingredients.  People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of a serious or life threatening allergic reaction if they consume the affected product. This voluntary recall covers the following products: Snack Factory® Original Pretzel Crisps®7.2 oz packagesUPC code: 049508006008Best By Date: 07-01-17 Snack Factory® Sriracha Lime Pretzel Crisps®7.2 oz packagesUPC code: 049508006060Best By Date: 07-01-17 No other Snack Factory® Original Pretzel Crisps® or Snack Factory® Sriracha Lime Pretzel Crisps® products or sizes were impacted. We are initiating this recall out of an abundance of caution after determining that seasoned product produced in the same facility may have been commingled with the product listed above. No illnesses have been reported as a result of this issue. Baptista’s Bakery has informed the U.S. Food & Drug Administration of this voluntary recall. To locate the Best By date, consumers should look on the bottom of the package. Consumers who have purchased the product listed above should not consume it, but should dispose of it…

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Healthy sleeping habits to get into before heading back to school

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School is back in session for many students in the United States, but there are many who are still counting the days down until their schools re-open their doors. FoodFacts.com has no objections to relaxing, last-hurrah traveling and whathaveyou to simply enjoy the remaining days of the summer break. However, we acknowledge that it’s good advice to start re-implementing healthy habits at home to get the whole family back into a routine. As parents and children alike gear up for another school year, the biggest struggle is making adjustments to sleeping patterns. Late nights and mornings (or middays) are common during off-school seasons, but it’s best to help the kids ease into their school-time sleep schedule ideally two weeks before the first day of school to give their body clocks time to adapt. Incremental adjustments Attempting to change children’s sleeping and waking up times abruptly never yields favorable results. The best way is to make incremental adjustments. Gradually adjust wake-up times and bedtimes by 30 or so minutes everyday until the ideal schedule, with the appropriate amount of sleep for each child’s age group. Stick to the schedule Once a healthy sleeping routine is set, be sure to maintain it. Do…

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