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Schnucks recalling cake due to pecan allergy concerns

Schnucks recalling cake because of pecans (Source: WikiCommons) Schnucks recalling cake because of pecans (Source: WikiCommons)
ST. LOUIS, MO (WFIE) -

Schnucks Bakery is issuing a recall for a devil's food cake that is decorated with pecans.

A spokesperson says the cakes are being recalled because they could put people with pecan allergies at risk.

Pecans can be seen on the cake but the nut was not listed on the ingredient label.

The cakes have been sold at Schnucks stores in Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin and Iowa.

Both the 8-inch devil's food cake and half devil's food cake are being recalled.

No illnesses have been reported.

Schnucks will give a full refund to customers who may have purchased the product.

For more information on the recall, contact the Schnucks Consumer Affairs department at (314) 994-4400.

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