I highly doubt that, especially as there is no singular or pure "PLA" in filament, but hundreds of different PLA-Mixes with ingrediants you don't know anything about - from colors to softeners and many more additives the manufacturer tells you nothin gabout. I would not even print toys from PLA that young children would bite on or take in their mouthes or lick on. There are only some (expensive) Brand-PLAs that are in fact rated food save.
And then there is the problem of the uneven Surfaces and porosity where food residues can accumulate and get moldy.
Neither the materials nor the building process leads to food save products. 3D FDM with thermoplastics and food are a bad mix at best.