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Tragic Death of Young Dancer Prompts Allergen Alert and Cookie Recall: Raises Concerns About Food Label Accuracy

Órla Baxendale, a talented 25-year-old dancer from New York, tragically died on January 11 after suffering anaphylactic shock resulting from a severe allergic reaction. The cause of her sudden death was a cookie, a Vanilla Florentine to be precise, manufactured by Cookies United and sold at Stew Leonard’s, a popular grocery store in Connecticut. The cookie, which was not correctly labeled as containing peanuts, triggered a severe allergic response.

The tragic incident led to a recall of cookies from Stew Leonard’s for safety concerns, with the primary concern being undeclared potential allergens in certain products. The Vanilla Florentine cookies were immediately part of a recall alert, posed as a potential health hazard due to the undisclosed peanut contents.

This tragic event has raised serious questions about the necessity and accuracy of food labeling, particularly in relation to allergens. It’s a poignant reminder of the potential fatal consequences of undeclared allergens in our food products.


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