Posted on: August 25, 2011
Frozen food meals marketed as healthy may cause an unhealthy reaction in some consumers. Kashi, a food company that specializes in “natural foods,” is recalling some of its frozen meals because of labeling errors.
The food company said a packaging error could pose an allergen risk for those allergic to eggs. Kashi said it is recalling nearly 2,790 pounds of Kashi Southwest Style Chicken products because the packages may instead contain Kashi Chicken Pasta Pomodoro, news reports. The packaging error may cause a safety risk because the Pomodoro contains the undeclared allergen, egg, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.
Meals affected by the recall include:
- 10 oz. “Kashi Southwest Style Chicken” entrees marked with UPC Code 1862729292 and bear a lot code of DEC28 11 RF B1.
Retailers should look for products labeled:
- 8-count cases containing 10 oz. packages of “Kashi Chicken Pasta Pomodoro” which bear lot codes “DEC 28 2011 RF B1 06:00” through “DEC 28 2011 RF B1 08:00”.
As a Greenville personal injury lawyer , I’m glad there have been no reports of food poisoning or allergic reactions from this product. I urge consumers with allergen risks to pay attention to this recall. Consumers can throw away the recalled food or return it to the store of purchase for a full refund. For more information, call the Kashi Consumer Response Center at (877) 864-3523 or visit www.kashi.com.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a recalled product, contact a personal injury lawyer in Greenville .