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Bakery recall: 13 delicious desserts were recalled, so check your pantry now

Chocolate Cookies on a table

Microplastics are polluting food and water sources and there’s no way to avoid eating them. But when larger chunks of plastic end up in food products, buyers are bound to discover them as they eat the food. That’s what the Enjoy Life Natural Brands recall is all about.

Various types of baked snacks might contain hard plastic pieces that could harm consumers. As a result, the company is recalling 13 different products.

Enjoy Life announced a voluntary recall of several of its baked snacks. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has now published the press release on its site.

recall: The package of Soft Baked Cookies – Snickerdoodle snacks.
Enjoy Life baked snacks recall: The package of Soft Baked Cookies – Snickerdoodle snacks. Image source: Enjoy Life via FDA

New recall announced by Enjoy Life

The company says the recall is the result of internal quality assurance surveillance. The company adds that there were no reports of illness or injury related to the following baked goods.

Here’s a list of everything that has been recalled:

  • Enjoy Life – Soft Baked Cookies – Snickerdoodle, 6.oz – Retail UPC: 853522000184, Best By Date: 3/4/2023, 3/10/2023
  • Enjoy Life – Soft Baked Cookies – Chocolate Chip, 6 oz – Retail UPC: 853522000191, Best By Date: 2/5/2023, 2/6/2023, 3/5/2023
  • Enjoy Life – Soft Baked Cookies – Double Chocolate Brownie, 6 oz – Retail UPC: 853522000214, Best By Date: 3/6/2023
  • Enjoy Life – Soft Baked Cookies – Sunseed Butter Chocolate Chip, 6 oz – Retail UPC: 819597013801, Best By Date: 3/3/2023
  • Enjoy Life – Soft Baked Cookies – Monster, 6 oz – Retail UPC: 819597013818, Best By Date: 2/6/2023, 3/3/2023
  • Enjoy Life Chewy Bars – Sunseed Crunch, 5.75 oz – Retail UPC: 853522000627, Best By Date: 3/3/2023
  • Enjoy Life Chewy Bars – Caramel Blondie, 5.75 oz – Retail UPC: 819597011258, Best By Date: 3/3/2023, 3/4/2023
  • Enjoy Life Soft Baked Fruit & Oat Breakfast Ovals – Apple Cinnamon, 8.8 oz – Retail UPC: 819597012569, Best By Date: 2/12/2023, 2/13/2023, 2/20/2023, 3/12/2023, 3/13/2023
  • Enjoy Life Soft Baked Fruit & Oat Breakfast Ovals – Chocolate Chip Banana, 8.8 oz – Retail UPC: 819597012576, Best By Date: 1/6/2023, 1/7/2023, 1/19/2023, 1/20/2023, 2/12/2023
  • Enjoy Life Soft Baked Fruit & Nut Breakfast Ovals – Berry Medley, 8.8 oz – Retail UPC: 819597012583, Best By Date: 2/10/2023, 2/11/2023, 2/17/2023, 3/10/2023
  • Enjoy Life Brownie Bites – Rich Chocolate, 4.76 oz – Retail UPC: 819597013290, Best By Date: 1/10/2023
  • Enjoy Life Brownie Bites – Salted Caramel, 4.76 oz – Retail UPC: 819597013313, Best By Date: 1/10/2023
  • Enjoy Life Soft Baked Cookies – Amazon Variety Pack – (2SND,1CC,1OAT,1SBCC,1MSTR) – 6/6 oz – Retail UPC: 10819597014515, Best By Date: 9/24/2022, 1/20/2023

What you should do

Only the Enjoy Life baked goods listed above are part of the recall. They were available in retail stores and online in the US and Canada. Customers should check the best by dates above to determine whether their Enjoy Life product supply is affected.

Products containing foreign materials like glass, metal, or plastic can hurt you if you eat them. And the same goes for the baked snacks in the Enjoy Life recall, as they might contain sharp pieces of plastic.

Enjoy Life baked snacks recall: The package of Chewy Bars – Sunseed Crunch snacks.
Enjoy Life baked snacks recall: The package of Chewy Bars – Sunseed Crunch snacks. Image source: Enjoy Life via FDA

Enjoy Life urges customers not to eat the products from the recall. Instead, buyers should discard the snacks but keep the packaging. They’ll need the packaging when contacting the company for a refund.

Contact information is available in the recall press release on the FDA website. The announcement also includes additional images of the various products that are part of the Enjoy Life recall. They should help you identify the Enjoy Life baked snacks that might be dangerous to consume.

Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he closely follows the events in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises. Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it's available.