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5/29/2020 9:23:00 AM
Recalls

Lincoln Herald Staff
lh@lincolnherald.net


FYI: Here are some recent recalls that may interest you.

Nestle Prepared Foods has recalled Lean Cuisine Fettuccini Alfredo because the product contains undeclared soy, a known allergen. The Lean Cuisine Fettuccini Alfredo is also not supposed to contain chicken and chicken does not appear in the ingredients statement or on the label. The frozen Lean Cuisine Fettuccini Alfredo products were produced and packaged on April 22, 2020.

Conagra Brands has recalled not ready-to-eat chicken and turkey bowl products because the products may contain extraneous material, specifically small rocks.

The scope of the recall has been expanded to include Healthy Choice Power Bowls Chicken Feta & Farro Bowls, Healthy Choice Power Bowls Unwrapped Burrito Scramble Power Bowls, and Healthy Choice Power Bowls Turkey Sausage & Egg Scramble Power Bowls produced on various dates.

One more recall, but unless you have a peanut allergy, this one won't hurt you.
Ritz Crackers has recalled some of its cracker sandwiches because of a mix-up with the packaging. The outer packaging on the impacted products says the sandwiches are cheese-flavored, but the individually-wrapped packs inside are actually peanut butter.

However, according to Mondelez International, which owns Ritz Crackers, the allergy advisory on both the box and the individual packs are correct. The company says the products involved include the Ritz Cheese Cracker Sandwiches family size with “best used by” dates from September 18 to October 2.



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