Food Safety Recall Issued for At Home Baked Infused Brownie Mixes, Blondie Mixes, Rice Krispy Treats and Stixx Candy

Food Safety Recall Issued for At Home Baked Infused Brownie Mixes, Blondie Mixes, Rice Krispy Treats and Stixx Candy

The Denver Department of Environmental Health, Public Health Inspections Division is issuing a food safety recall to consumers and retailers regarding all At Home Baked infused brownie mixes, blondie mixes, rice krispy treats and Stixx candy.  The recall is due to possible contamination from unsanitary equipment, and use of equipment not intended for food manufacturing.

At Home Baked is manufactured by Advanced Medical Alternatives, located at 1269 N. Elati Street.

Recalled products should be removed from retail shelves and destroyed immediately pursuant to State medical and retail marijuana regulations.

There have been no reports of illness at this time. This recall has been issued as part of a food safety inspection. Public Health Inspections does not regulate THC content of edibles.

To view inspection reports of all of Denver’s regulated food establishments, including infused manufacturers, visit www.denvergov.org/phi. Follow PHI on Facebook at Denver Public Health Inspections for updates. 

For more information or questions, contact the Denver Department of Environmental Health at phicomments@denvergov.org or 720-913-1311.


Posted on July 17, 2014 (Archive on August 17, 2014)
Posted by KerraJones  Contributed by KerraJones
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