Cookies purchased before April 22, 2016 may contain peanut allergens
Updated on April 25, 2016 8:55 a.m--Chick-fil-A’s Chocolate Chunk Cookies were recently recalled by our supplier, CSM Bakery Solutions, due to the possible presence of undeclared peanut allergens. Anyone who purchased cookies before Friday, April 22 is encouraged to discard these cookies or return them to a Restaurant for a full refund.
Following the recall of our Chocolate Chunk Cookies, we have worked with our supplier to ensure that the cookies you receive today are free of peanuts. Restaurants will begin to serve cookies again within the next 1-2 weeks, and cookies will be available on a limited basis until supplies can be fully restocked by the end of May.
April 22, 2016
Chick-fil-A's Chocolate Chunk Cookie supplier, CSM Bakery Solutions, has issued a voluntary recall of certain lots of Chick-fil-A's cookies due to the potential presence of undeclared peanut allergens.
Because the nutrition and allergen information currently indicates the cookie is free from peanuts, we have decided to stop selling Chocolate Chunk Cookies in our restaurants until we can ensure the issue is resolved.
Customers who purchased cookies from our restaurants are encouraged to discard them, or may return them to their local Chick-fil-A for a full refund.