The gingerbread houses of Whole Foods Market that were supposed to be consumed for the holiday season were recalled after reports that there are possibilities of food poisoning. The recall was announced on Friday by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Illinois-based Rolf’s Patisserie offered to give a full refund on the products. The gingerbread houses were packaged in clear plastic wrap and were distributed after the All Saints Day this year.

Because of the possibility of a food poisoning, all the desserts prepared by Rolf’s and distributed to wholesalers, retail outlets and online stores are being recalled. This is related to the widespread outbreak of staphylococcus aureus food poisoning. The said bacteria are known to produce toxins in food that may lead to stomach cramps, vomiting, diarrhea and nausea.

There were more than 100 cases that have been reported from November to December. Most of these cases happened in Wisconsin and Illinois. The FDA has already recommended disposing the desserts made of Rolf’s so that people and animals would not be affected by eating them. The company has also instructed retailers and restaurants to remove the products from the shelves.