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DPHSS Announces Recall of Bin-Bin Snow Rice Crackers

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 09, 2012; 4:40 pm
DPHSS Release No. 2012-007

Recall of President Global Corporation, Bin-Bin Snow Rice Crackers & Bin-Bin Rice Crackers for Undeclared Egg

The Department of Public Health and Social Services, in coordination with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration and President Global Corp., would like to inform the public of a voluntary recall involving all codes of Bin-Bin Snow Rice Crackers [Net weight 5.3oz (150g)] and Bin-Bin Crackers [Net Weight 15.8 oz (450g)] because of undeclared egg allergens.  People, who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs, run the risk of suffering serious or life-threatening reactions if they consume this product.

Product:        Bin-Bin Snow Rice Crackers 5.3oz (150g)
Codes:          All Codes
UPC Code:       8852098700124

Product:        Bin-Bin Rice Crackers 15.8oz (450g)
Codes:          All Codes
UPC Code:       8852098701510

Bin-Bin Snow Rice Cracker and Bin-Bin Rice Crackers contain eggs which are not declared on the back label.  The product was distributed to grocery stores by President Global Corp. nationwide between January 1, 2011 and January 31, 2012.  There has been one reported allergic reaction associated with the consumption of this product.

To date, the Division of Environmental Health has determined that the implicated products were distributed by Lucky Supplies Wholesale located in Yigo.  Also, PayLess Supermarkets (Micronesia Mall, Mangilao, Dededo, Oka, Sinajana, and Yigo locations) were determined to have the recalled items.  All the affected crackers have been removed from retail sale.

The Department has not received any local reports of injuries or illnesses associated with the consumption of this recalled commodity.  Consumers who have purchased the items listed above are urged to return it to the place of purchase.  Consumers who have health-related concerns should contact their physician.  Consumers with questions may contact President Global Corp. at 1-714-994-2990, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Pacific Time.

For any questions, please contact the Division of Environmental Health at 735-7221.

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Bertha Taijeron
Program Coordinator
Department of Public Health and Social Services
123 Chalan Kareta
Mangilao, Guam 96913-6304
PH: (671) 735-7125
FAX: (671) 734-5910
www.dphss.guam.gov

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