Ingredient Notices

Just because a product was safe the last time you purchased it doesn’t mean the ingredients have stayed the same! It is very important to read all labels all of the time. The following food manufacturers have recently worked with FARE to provide you with information about changes in their product.

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McDonald’s USA will be extending its offering of Donut Sticks in a limited number of restaurants in the Los Angeles area until July 2, 2019 and in the Chicago area until August 4, 2019.
Amy’s Kitchen is in the process of updating the packaging for the Light in Sodium California Veggie Burger.
McDonald’s USA will extend offering Donut Sticks at a majority of McDonald’s until May 26, 2019
Hostess Brands, LLC would like you to know that starting April 28, 2019, some snack cake offerings will contain either whole eggs or milk.
Starbucks stores in the United States and Canada are offering a new espresso beverage, the Cloud Macchiato.
McDonald’s USA will be offering Donut Sticks nationwide at participating McDonald’s from February – April 2019.
Wendy’s is launching several new menu items that result in a new “may contain” milk allergen disclosure for foods cooked in the same fryers.
Starting in November 2018, Kellogg will be changing the allergen statement on two flavors of Snack Bars under the Special K® label.
McDonald’s USA will be testing Scrambled Eggs cooked with milk during October 31, 2018 through November 17, 2018 in select restaurants.
McDonald’s USA will be offering Stroopwafel McFlurry in select restaurants in Florida during August - October 2018.
McDonald’s USA will be offering Donut Sticks in select restaurants during September - October 2018.
Wendy’s has made a change to the cooking procedures for hamburgers that results in a new milk allergen disclosure for chili.
Starbucks announces the removal of dairy labels from steaming and blending pitchers.
Hostess Brands LLC announces that starting July 16, 2018, some snack cake offerings will now contain eggs.
Amy’s Kitchen is in the process of updating packaging for the Sonoma Veggie Burger. In this process, a statement about tree nuts on the front of the package will be removed.
Amy’s Kitchen is in the process of updating packaging for the Pesto Pizza. In this process, a statement about tree nuts on the front of the package will be removed.
Amy’s Kitchen is in the process of updating packaging for the Gluten Free Sandwich Rounds, removing a statement about sunflower seeds on the front of the package.
Amy’s Kitchen is in the process of updating packaging for the Quarter Pound Veggie Burger, removing a statement about tree nuts on the front of the package.
Amy’s Kitchen is in the process of updating packaging for the Single Serve Pesto Pizza to remove the statement "contains nuts" from the front of the package.
Starting in April 2018, Keebler will be changing the allergen statement on three flavors of crackers under the Toasteds® label. 
Farm Rich has announced a recipe change for some of its popular snack offerings.
Amy’s Kitchen is in the process of updating packaging for the Rice Crust Cheese Pizza to remove the "Contains Sunflower Seeds" notice from the front of the package.
Amy’s Kitchen is changing the ricotta- style vegan cheeze used in two products. The new cheeze will continue to be vegan but will contain coconut milk.
Wendy’s restaurants in the US have changed the procedure for applying ketchup during sandwich making. The new procedure introduces egg to select hamburgers.
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