Kwik Trip Recalls Glazers Doughnuts
May contain undeclared traces of egg
LA CROSSE, Wis. -- Kwik Trip Inc. late last week announced that it is recalling some doughnuts sold at its convenience stores in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa because they may contain undeclared traces of egg, according to a report by the Associated Press.
Kwik Trip said that the recall applies to all Glazers Donuts. Consumers allergic to eggs may run the risk of serious or life-threatening reactions if they eat them.
The chain said that it ordered the recall after discovering its supplier had added egg to a key ingredient. It said that the problem has been fixed and no adverse reactions have been reported.
The recalled doughnuts are in 10.75-ounce cardboard boxes with the UPC code 39779 04033 and a sell-by date on or before April 7.
Thge company is urging consumers who are allergic to eggs and bought the doughnuts on or before Thursday to return them.
La Crosse, Wis.-based Kwik Trip operates a chain of 372 Kwik Trip, Kwik Star (in Iowa) and Kwik Trip Travel Center locations throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. Another 38 locations are tobacco outlets, as well as three Hearty Platter full-serve restaurants.