May 26, 2021
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Brooklyn, NY

Consumer Alert: Undeclared Allergens in “Daliyuan Soft French Bread” and “Sakuragi Ryouhinn” Sakuragi Coating Cake

Consumer Alert: Undeclared Allergens in “Daliyuan Soft French Bread” and “Sakuragi Ryouhinn” Sakuragi Coating Cake
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New York State Agriculture Commissioner Richard A. Ball today alerted consumers to undeclared eggs and undeclared milk in two flavors of “Sakuragi Ryouhinn” Sakuragi Coating Cake and undeclared eggs in “Daliyea” Soft French bread distributed by Tyson Food Trading Inc. at 159 58th Street, Brooklyn, NY.  The affected flavors of “Sakuragi Ryouhinn” Sakuragi Coating Cake are Hokkaido milk flavor and lactobacillus flavor.

People who have a severe sensitivity to eggs and/or milk may run the risk of serious or life-threatening reactions if they consume these products. No illnesses have been reported to the Department in connection with this product to date. 

The recalled “Sakuragi Ryouhinn” Sakuragi Coating Cake, Hokkaido milk flavor, is packaged in a 224 gram, flexible plastic bag, coded 2020.12.14. The “Sakuragi Ryouhinn” Sakuragi Coating Cake, lactobacillus flavor, is packaged in a 224

gram, flexible plastic bag, coded 2020.12.07.   The “Daliyea” Soft French bread is packaged in a 360 gram, flexible plastic bag, coded 20201209N31.  All three products are imported from China.

Routine sampling by New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets’ food inspectors and subsequent analysis of the product by the New York State Food Laboratory revealed the product contained milk and /or egg allergens, which were not declared on the product labels. 

Consumers who have a severe sensitivity to eggs or milk and have purchased “Sakuragi Ryouhinn” Sakuragi Coating Cake, Hokkaido milk flavor; “Sakuragi Ryouhinn” Sakuragi Coating Cake, lactobacillus flavor and/or “Daliyea” Soft French bread” roll should not consume the products.  Consumers with questions about the recalled products may contact Yishi Chen at (917) 579-8003.

A photo of the recalled products.