FDA warns – 20 oz loaves of Roly Poly multigrain bread recalled due to undeclared egg

According to the FDA, New Britain, Connecticut-based Roly Poly Bakery has recalled all of its 20-ounce loaves of Roly Poly multigrain bread because of the presence of undeclared egg.

Individuals who live with an egg allergy are advised against consuming the products to prevent the risk of a major, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction.

Announced by Roly Poly Bakery on April 12, 2024, the recall covers units of Roly Poly Multigrain Bread that were distributed and made available for purchase at the following stores:

  • Roly Poly Bakery in Polmart, CT
  • New Britain Market Place in CT
  • Bernat’s Dely in MA
  • Golemo’s Market in MA

Packaged in clear, the affected 20-ounce plastic bags, Roly Poly Multigrain Bread were purchased before April 11, 2024. The packages bore product details on the top, with the part number 5005-8723 barcoded on the bottom.

Officials say that during an audit, a production employee had used an egg wash in place of water to distribute sunflower or oat ingredients on the surface of the external product, prompting the recall.

The company has halted all production of the product as it works with CT Consumer Protection to correct the problem and until a correction is confirmed.

Anyone who may have purchased one or more of the affected 20-ounce loaves is advised to return the item(s) to the point of purchase to receive a complete refund. Further questions can be directed at the company at 1-800-229-5109, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


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