Hu Kitchen, which means "Hu as in human," stresses ethical sourcing of basic ingredients. Organic chocolate, unrefined coconut sugar, cacao butter, puffed quinoa, custard bean, sea salt, and no nuts are used in Hu's vanilla crunch dark chocolate bar.
According to the FDA, Hu Products is recalling one lot code of chocolate bars due to "undeclared tree nuts."
The bars were sold online and in US stores with the lot code L2343C. If you are allergic to tree nuts, avoid this product.
According to the FDA, "some packages may potentially contain hazelnut, cashew, and/or nut that were inadvertently added to the product throughout manufacturing.
As of the time of publication, no one had reported a negative response to Hu Products' vanilla crunch bar.
Hu items has previously recalled items due to undeclared nuts. In March 2021, the company announced a worldwide recall of chocolate-covered sour goldenberries owing to fears that they may contain almonds.
Hu's labels warn of the allergies almond, cashew, and hazelnut, prompting voluntary recalls in this and earlier occurrences. "Allergen cleans [are] made prior to production," the notification states.
Mondelez, the international food corporation responsible for Oreo, Sour Patch Kids, and Trident, purchased Hu Master Holdings, the parent corporation of Hu Products, in January 2021, two months preceding the first recall.