Warning for Cake Lovers
Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Dec 10, 2012 in Local
Those who love to bake cake in the state of Arizona must be careful before picking out the type of gumpaste used to decorate their baked goods. Gumpaste, the sugar used to decorate many of the intricate cakes baked today, is being recalled in several states, including the state of Arizona.
Sugar Flowers Plus, located in Glendale, CA, has issued a recall for Cake Decors Pastillage Flowers. The gumpaste, which is used to glue decorative elements to the cake, is being recalled due to the use of an undeclared egg white wash.
The product can be found in Hobby Lobby Stores across the country, in addition to any online sales that took place from the companys website. A mild allergic reaction triggered the recall, as it was reported to the Food and Drug Administration to review.
Those who may have purchased this item must return the gumpaste to the location in which it was purchased. The Cake Decors Pastillage Flowers will be found in white and blue boxes with the center removed to showcase the product. The gumpaste itself is contained in a clear plastic clamshell.
If you or a loved one has suffered an allergic reaction following the consumption of this product, Phillips Law Group is here to help. Please contact our Phoenix office today to learn more about your options.