The sanitizer can lead to illness if consumed.
There is yet another recall announced. Hiland Dairy recalled some of their half-pints of chocolate milk over concerns that the chocolate milk might contain sanitizers.
The recall is specifically designated to the one-half pint containers of 1% low-fat chocolate milk, which were produced at the Hiland Dairy’s site in Norman, OK.
The affected batch has the UPC code of 72060-00156-3, and the plant code of 4025. Additionally, the expiration date is January 27, 2021. These specific chocolate milks were distributed to consumer facilities in Oklahoma City, OK, Metro Area, Western Oklahoma, Dallas, TX, San Antonio, TX, and Tyler, TX.
All the information regarding the recall can be found on the recall page – and only the products affected by this recall are listed. For more information you can click here.
When Hiland Dairy first learned about the possible problems they immediately started doing quality testing, which led to the recall. The recall statement said, “Protocols were not followed at the Norman, OK, facility resulting in a small amount of one product being incorrectly filled.”
As the FDA reports, these food-grade sanitizers, if consumed, can lead to illness. In total, 240,000 units of chocolate milk were affected under the recall. So far, there haven’t been any reports of illness or adverse affects, but “Hiland Dairy is working in partnership with the FDA to fully investigate the matter and comply with all necessary recall procedures.”
Should you have any questions or concerns, you can contact Hiland Dairy seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST.
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