A Complete Meals-branded salad dressing is being recalled over a mislabeling error and undeclared allergens, in keeping with a recall discover posted by the Meals and Drug Administration.
Van Legislation Meals Merchandise Inc. voluntarily recalled bottles of the Complete Meals Market 365 Natural Creamy Caesar Dressing “as a result of it might comprise undeclared Soy and Wheat allergens,” in keeping with the recall.
Shoppers who’re allergic or have sensitivity to soy or wheat can threat having a critical or life-threatening allergic response in the event that they eat the recalled dressing, in keeping with officers.
The 12 oz. glass bottles have been distributed to Complete Meals shops in Arkansas, Connecticut, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maine, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, New York, Texas and New Hampshire, in keeping with the recall. The recalled bottles have a “greatest by” date of Nov. 17, 2022.
The corporate initiated the recall after officers found that the product was shipped in packaging that did not disclose the presence of soy and wheat allergen.
“Subsequent investigation signifies the issue was brought on by a short lived breakdown in Van Legislation Meals Product’s labeling and packaging processes,” in keeping with the recall.
Up to now, there have been no reported sicknesses related to the recalled product.