Posted May 6, 2017

Herbalife Protein Bar Recalled

On May 1, 2017, Herbalife issued a recall of certain lots of its Protein Bar -- Peanut Butter nutrition bars because it may contain a trace amount of fish gelatin which contains a small amount of parvalbumin, a fish allergen.

People with an allergy to fish should not consume this product as it could cause a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction.

Recalled Herbalife Protein Bar -- Peanut Butter bars were distributed in the U.S. from 6/30/2016 to 4/7/2017, exclusively to individual independent distributors as 14-pack cartons. They can be identified by the following lot numbers:

  • 066539A11
  • 066553A11
  • 066601A11
  • 066660A11
  • 066688A11
  • 066691A11

Independent distributors and their customers that have purchased this product are urged to return the product for exchange or refund.

See ConsumerLab.com's Nutrition Bar Review for tests of related products.

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