A mislabeled vacation dessert has led to the loss of life of a proficient younger dancer.
Baxendale’s passing was brought on by “an unlucky incident” after she ate a cookie that contained undisclosed peanuts, in line with her authorized group, which referred to as the mislabel a “tragic oversight.”
Following her loss of life, grocery store chain Stew Leonard’s recalled about 500 packages of the Vanilla Florentine Cookie that have been offered from Nov. 6 to Dec. 31 at shops in Danbury and Newington, Conn., per the Associated Press.
The dancer’s lawyer stated the medical emergency was brought on by “gross negligence and reckless conduct,” as a result of the producer or vendor allegedly “didn’t correctly establish the contents of the cookie on the packaging.”
Sharing his devastation over the incident, Stew Leonard’s CEO Stew Leonard Jr. said the provider modified the recipe from soy nuts to peanuts with out notifying them. Nevertheless, the producer Cookies United stated it had knowledgeable Stew Leonard’s of the ingredient change a number of months prior.