Feel Good Foods Recalls Gluten-free Cheese Stuffed Mini Bagels in USA

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Brooklyn, New York-headquartered Feel Good Foods has issued a voluntarily recall of its Gluten-free Plain and Everything flavored Cream Cheese Stuffed Mini Bagels. There is concern that some of the frozen products, which have been distributed to retail stores across the USA, may contain undeclared gluten that could be present due to cross-contamination. Consumers who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to gluten run the risk of serious allergic reaction if they consume these products.

The recalled Cream Cheese Stuffed Plain Mini Bagels with UPC 89903900283 and Cream Cheese Stuffed Everything Mini Bagels with UPC 89903900286 are packaged in cardboard cartons labeled with “Feel Good Foods” on the front panel and the bagel flavor listed below. The recall includes all Best By dates ranging from 5/29/24 to 9/17/25, which are located on the bottom of cartons.

The products should be disposed of by persons who have an allergy to or sensitivity to wheat or gluten. Full refunds are available from retailers. No other Feel Good Foods products are subject to the recall.

“Once we were made aware of trace amounts of gluten cross-contamination to Feel Good Foods’ Gluten-Free Plain and Everything flavored Cream Cheese Stuffed Mini Bagels, we contacted the FDA and took swift action to voluntarily recall the impacted product,” said Vanessa Phillips, founder of Feel Good Foods. “As a person who is personally affected by celiac disease, ensuring the integrity and safety of our gluten-free products is of the utmost importance. We take the health and safety of our consumers extremely seriously.”