Voluntary recall issued for some lemon Girl Scout Cookies

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The breakdown of oils in some lemon Girl
Scout Cookies may give them a bad taste or smell, prompting the
manufacturer to issue a voluntary recall.
Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana sent out the recall notice Thursday.
Scout spokeswoman Betsy Gladish says in a news release that the
cookies are not a health hazard.
Don Davis, vice president and general manager of manufacturer
Little Brownie Bakers, says no other cookies are involved and the
only cookies in the recall were distributed from the Louisville
Berger Warehouse.
The affected batches have the following lot codes, located on
the bottom of each cookie box and on the brown cases: 7455881,
7455882, 7455883, 7456741, 7456742, 7456743, 7457661, 7457662,
7457663, 7458521, 7458522, 7458523, 7459401, 7459402 and 7459403.

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