Monday, November 6, 2017

Chocolate Recall

Setton International Foods Issues Allergy Alert for Undeclared Milk 
in Select Dark Chocolate Almonds and Dark Chocolate Raisins Products 
Received from our Supplier GKI Foods LLC


For Immediate Releases
November 1, 2017

For more information, go to FDA



Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Chocolate Recall



Shoreline Fruit, LLC. Recalls 
Select Bulk and Retail Dark Chocolate Covered Cherry Products 
Due to Possible Undeclared Milk Allergen

For Immediate Release
October 31, 2017




For more information, go to FDA

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Chocolate Recall

Rucker’s Wholesale and Service Co Issues Allergy Alert For 
Undeclared Milk In Dark Chocolate Peanuts Received From Our Supplier GKI Foods LLC.

For Immediate Release
October 31, 2017


For more information, go to FDA

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Chocolate Recall

Rucker’s Makin’ Batch Candies Issues Food Recall of 
Dark Chocolate Coffee Beans, Dark Chocolate Cranberries and Dark Chocolate Peanuts – 
Because of Possible Health Risk, Due to Undeclared Milk Allergen

For Immediate Release
October 31, 2017
For more information, go to FDA

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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Chocolate Recall


21st Century Snack Foods is Voluntarily Recalling Dark Chocolate Almonds Due to Possible Undeclared Milk Allergen


For Immediate Release
October 31, 2017



Need more information, go to FDA

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Chocolate Recall



Meijer Recalls Select Meijer Bulk Dark Chocolate Products Due to Possible Undeclared Milk Allergen

For Immediate Release
October 28, 2017


For more information, go to FDA

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Sunday, October 15, 2017


Yep, we have how many days left until we can indulge in white chocolate desserts?!

Check them out!

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My Note: There is no recipe for this, but I’m assuming that all you need to do is melt white and milk chocolate and dip fresh dry cherries.  I couldn’t resist not to share this recipe! 

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Aren’t they scrumptious?!! Mmmmmm…
Don’t forget, there are more Christmas ideas

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Happy chocolate day!

Monday, September 25, 2017

Why Does Chocolate Make Some People Sneeze?

My girlfriend just asked this question...

"I notice that every time I eat chocolate candy bar, I start to sneeze."
Good question and the first thing came to my was an allergy reaction, well, I'm wrong!

This is what I've found:

Question: Why Does Chocolate Make Some People Sneeze?


Answer: We’ve been hearing this one for years; there are those who swear up and down that chocolate makes some people sneeze, yet they are not allergic to chocolate. So what’s the scoop? Are these people imagining things, or can chocolate really make you sneeze?
Yes! Chocolate can make some people sneeze, in the same way that bright sunlight or mints or red wine or other apparently unrelated triggers do. There is a phenomenon called “photic sneeze reflex” (“photic” is for bright lights, the most common cause of this type of sneezing). One theory about this reflex involves overstimulation of the optic nerve (which can occur when you look at bright sunlight) and that it somehow messes with the trigeminal nerve, which is responsible for sneeze production.
But that doesn’t explain why some people sneeze when they eat chocolate. Sneezing is a result of breathing in a foreign particle, some kind of irritant. The body rids itself of these irritants with a sneeze. Yet this type of sneezing is not associated with an allergy to chocolate. Clearly, this reflex is not well-understood. It is thought that the reflex is transmitted hereditarily, and it afflicts roughly 20 to 35 percent of the population. The National Center for Biotechnology Information refers to photic sneeze reflex by its technical name, Autosomal Dominant Compelling Helioopthalmic Syndrome (ACHOO for short—no kidding; look it up).
Luckily, the photic sneezing that results from eating chocolate is not serious. From anecdotal evidence we’ve seen, darker chocolate (70% and above) tends to induce sneezing in more people. What to do if you love chocolate but it makes you sneeze? Have a few tissues at hand and get ready for some puzzled looks when you explain ACHOO to others in the room, but know that you don’t need to stop consuming one of your favorite foods.
source: http://www.amanochocolate.com/faqs/why-does-chocolate-make-some-people-sneeze/
So now you know that'll you're going to sneeze after eating chocolate, you'll need to have your Kleenex box nearby!

Have a good day!

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Chocolate Recall

Dolcetta Artisan Sweets Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Soy and Milk in Chocolate Confections


For Immediate Release

March 14, 2017



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