August 21, 2017

“Silver Star Chipotle Dip” Recalled for Multiple Allergens

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that Texas Legend Foods has recalled its “SILVER STAR CHIPOTLE QUESO DIP” product. Due to a breakdown in the manufacturer’s production and packaging processes, the labeling on the queso dip products did not reveal the presence of milk, cheese, and eggs in the dip. Texas Legend Foods operates out of Austin, Texas. The recalled chipotle queso dip, packaged in 16-ounce clear glass jars, was distributed nationwide to retail grocery stores. These jars were marked with the UPC code #819993005394 and one of the following lot numbers: 060AFV7A, 072AFV7A, 072AFV7B, 090AFV7A, 111AFV7A. Individuals who are allergic to milk, cheese, or eggs should not consume this chipotle queso dip. They are advised to either throw the packages away or … [Read more...]

Whole Foods Market PB&J Parfaits Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) reports that Sunneen Health Foods has recalled its “WHOLE FOODS MARKET PB&J PARFAITS” from select stores in the states of New Jersey and New York. These parfaits may contain tree nut (almond and coconut) and soy allergens that were not declared on the product labeling. Tree nut and soy ingredients may be life-threatening to those who are allergic to them, potentially causing dangerous anaphylaxis shock. The parfaits affected by the recall were distributed to and sold at Whole Foods Market stores in Englishtown, New Jersey (113 Route 9 S.), Edgewater, New Jersey (905 River Road), New York, New York (4 Union Square South and 1095 6th Avenue), and Brooklyn, New York (238 Bedford Avenue). The 8-ounce containers of the parfaits were … [Read more...]

Multiple Deli Products Recalled by Dierbergs Markets for Undeclared Allergens

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that Dierbergs Markets has issued a recall of several of its deli products. These products, distributed to retail grocery stores in eastern and central Missouri and western Illinois, may contain undeclared fish and / or milk allergens. Dierbergs Markets is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. The products affected by the recall were those containing a Caesar dressing (which contained the undeclared fish allergen / anchovies) and 2 Santa Fe wraps that contained undeclared milk / cheese. The following products have been recalled from the Dierbergs Markets store shelves: Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap (10-ounce package); “Use By” date: 7/2/17 and earlier Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad (14-ounce and 8.5-ounce packages): “Use … [Read more...]

Fresh, Uncooked Ham Recalled by Embutidos Fanguito for Misbranding and Undeclared Soy and MSG

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)”s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has announced that Embutidos Fanguito, Inc., based in Miami, Florida, has recalled approximately 454 pounds of its fresh sliced ham product, “Jamon Vicky Lasqueado Smoked Flavor Added Sliced Cooked Ham & Water Product.” This recalled fresh ham product was mislabeled as being cooked. Its labeling also failed to list that the ham contained the soy allergen and Monosodium Glutamate (MSG). The recalled fresh sliced ham products were manufactured between April 18, 2017 and June 13, 2017 and distributed to locations throughout the state of Florida. Packaged in 8-ounce sealed packages containing six slices of ham, they bear the establishment number “EST. 45659” inside the USDA mark of inspection. This … [Read more...]

California Sun Dry Foods Recalls Tomato Pesto for Undeclared Allergens

“California Sun Dry Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto” has been recalled by its manufacturer, California Sun Dry Foods. According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, this product was mislabeled: the labels on certain lots do not declare the presence of almond and milk allergens. The error was discovered when a California Sun Dry Foods employee noticed the flawed label while merchandising the product at a grocery store. The affected jars have front labels that correctly designate the product as “California Sun Dry Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto, 8.5 oz.” On the back of the jars, though, there are incorrect labels which state that the contents are “California Sun Dry-Dried Tomato Garlic.” These faulty labels are marked with the UPC code #7-38203-10911-3; the caps of the affected jars are stamped … [Read more...]

Whole Foods Non-Dairy Spiced Golden Milk Mislabeled as Apple Juice Recalled for Nut Allergens

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that containers labeled as “Cold Pressed Apple Juice” and sold in Whole Foods Market stores in Arizona, California, and Nevada have been recalled by Urban Remedy. These containers actually contain Urban Remedy’s “Non-Dairy Spiced Golden Milk” – a product that contains tree nut (specifically, cashew) allergens. The mislabeled Golden Milk product was packaged in 16-ounce plastic bottles affixed with Whole Foods Market “Cold Pressed Apple Juice” labels. They are stamped with the “Best By” date of May 7, 2017 and the UPC code 1337702154. Undeclared nut allergens pose a serious health threat to those who are allergic to them. Consuming these allergens can cause illness or death by anaphylaxis shock. People who purchased the mislabeled … [Read more...]

Reser’s Macaroni Salad Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has alerted consumers that Reser’s Fine Foods, Inc., headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, has issued a voluntary recall for 529 cases of its 16-ounce “Reser’s Macaroni Salad.” These products contain two allergens, milk and soy, which are not listed on the packages’ labelling. For those who are allergic to these allergens, consuming this macaroni salad may result in serious illness or a potentially fatal allergic reaction. The 16-ounce plastic containers of the affected product are stamped with a “Use By” Date of April 24, 2017 on the edge of the lid. The UPC number, located on the side panel of the package, is: 71117.19007. The cases of macaroni salad were sent to grocery retailers and distributors in the states of  Alabama, Colorado, … [Read more...]

Cassava Cake and Mixed Nut Mooncake Recalled for Multiple Undeclared Allergens

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that Sunshine Bakery, headquartered in Alhambra, California, has issued a voluntary recall of its Cassava Cake and Mixed Nut Mooncake products. Both products contain the following undeclared food allergens: peanuts, coconut, almonds, and cashews. Some products may also contain sunflower seeds. The cassava and mooncake products are stamped with a “best by” date of 3/24/2017 and were distributed to retail stores on 2/24/2017. The Cassava Cakes, sliced either in brown squares or in red/yellow strips, were packaged on white foam trays and covered in clear plastic wrap. The Mixed Nut Mooncakes were individually packaged in clear wrap and affixed with a printed label stamped with the “best by” date. People who are allergic to peanuts, … [Read more...]

Salted Caramel Chocolate Almond Pie Recalled

Legendary Baking, headquartered in Denver, Colorado, has issued and expanded a recall of its Salted Carmel Chocolate Almond Pie product. The two allergens that the pies contain - eggs and almonds – were not properly declared on the packaging’s ingredient list. As reported by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the pies were distributed in 34-ounce packages to Kroger, Smith’s, and Fry’s retail grocery stores in Alabama, Arizona, Georgia Illinois, Indiana Kentucky, Michigan, New Mexico, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia. They were also sent to Fred Meyer, City Market, and King Soopers stores in Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. The 34-ounce plastic dome packages have a clear top and a black plastic base; the clear dome is … [Read more...]

Regalo Bakery Recalls Spanish Rolls and More for Undeclared Allergens

Regalo Bakery of Honolulu, Hawaii has issued a recall for several products that contain undeclared allergens and artificial food coloring. The recalled products with undeclared wheat, soy, milk, eggs and artificial food coloring include: Spanish Rolls, Manju Black beans (Hopia Monggo), Manju Onions (Hopia Baboy), Balintawak, and Taro Bread. Kababayan contains undeclared wheat, soy, and artificial food colorings. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs, wheat, milk, soy and artificial food color (e.g. yellow #5, yellow #6, or red 40) run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products. For those who are susceptible to allergic reactions, allergens can cause hives, swelling, itchiness, cramps, difficulty swallowing, shortness of … [Read more...]

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