Healthy Food Blog: Vegan Cheese Recall

In a nutshell: Vegan cheese may have milk protein which could cause serious allergic reactions. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –Saddle Brook, NJ — November 20, 2008 — PANOS brands, of Saddle Brook, NJ is recalling Vegan Rella Cheddar Block, (a cheese substitute) with a Sell by date of 12/09/2008. This product is being recalled because it may possibly contain an undeclared milk protein. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk protein run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product. No other lot or variety of Vegan is involved. The product was sold
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Food Recall: Amys Tofu Scramble in Pocket

In a nutshell: Tofu Scramble product contains milk and product is labeled as non-dairy. People allergic to milk may have a serious allergic reaction. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — November 7, 2008–Amy’s Kitchen Inc. of Santa Rosa, Calif., is voluntarily recalling Tofu Scramble in a Pocket Sandwich Lot 10 H148, because of the presence of milk in a product that is labeled non-dairy. The 4.0 oz net wt frozen product, sold in U.S. grocery stores, comes in a retail package labeled as Amy’s Tofu Scramble in a Pocket Sandwich. The code date printed in white on the easy open zipper end
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Popcorn Recalled by Whole Foods Markets

In a nutshell: Lightly salted popcorn from Whole Foods Market may contain white cheddar cheese which contains milk products. People with milk allergies may get sick. August 14, 2008 — Whole Foods Market today is recalling 365 Organic Everyday Value Popcorn, Lightly Salted because it may contain undeclared milk ingredients. The popcorn in these packages was incorrectly flavored with a white cheddar seasoning which includes milk ingredients; the seasoning may not be visibly apparent. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk ingredients run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products. This
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Kroger Chicken Soup Recall, Milk Allergy

In a nutshell: Soups on! Some people may be surprised when they open their can of chicken noodle soup that it’s actually cream of celery soup. June 24, 2008 — Bay Valley Foods is recalling five cases (24 cans per case) of mislabeled Kroger Chicken Noodle Soup because it may contain undeclared milk. The cans actually contain Cream of Celery soup. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk are at risk if they consume these products. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this alert. The recalled soup may have been distributed by Kroger to
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