WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Whole Foods Market has issued a recall for several items that were prepared with cumin and may pose a risk to those with peanut allergies, according to Food Safety News.
Items that were subject to the recall were sold between Jan. 14 and Feb. 6. All unsold items have been pulled from the shelves, Food Safety News reported.
No reactions to the cumin-spiced products have been reported as yet, Food Safety News said.
Whole Foods has locations in White Plains, Port Chester and Yonkers.
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