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Cakes sold nationwide recalled over undeclared hazelnut
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A Pennsylvania baking company is recalling its cookies and crème cakes, as well as its vanilla bean waterfall cakes, from stores nationwide after they were discovered to contain hazelnut, which was not listed on the products' labels.
Rising Baking Company, of York, Pa., said the recall impacts its Harris Teeter Brand 8” three-layer Cookies and Crème Cake and Dawn Food Products Brand 7” two-layer Vanilla Bean Waterfall Cake. The cookies and crème cakes are sold in a 48-ounce plastic package, while the vanilla bean cake is sold in a 35-ounce clear plastic package.