Kashi Company issues immediate recall on Kashi GOLEAN food product. Undeclared milk product on California energy shake product.
December 15, 2008, San Francisco, CA (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Justice U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) www.fda.gov reporters alert beneficial news for all consumers and California food injury lawyers. A recall by Kashi Company on December 13, 2008, was issued. The company located in LaJolla, California issued a nationwide recall of a limited number of Kashi GOLEAN Powder Chocolate Energy Shake Mix because they contain undeclared milk product. The product was distributed to grocery, health food, pharmacy and on-line retailers nationwide.
JusticeNewsFlash.com San Francisco food injury news reporters are alerting all American consumers who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk, run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product. The following are the details of the possible dangerous food product:
-Kashi GOLEAN Chocolate Energy Shake mix canisters did not declare whey caseinate
-Why caeniate contains milk
-Kashi GOLEAN Chocolate Energy Shake Mix canister with a bar code of 18627 71000
-Containers with a “Better if Used by Date” between the dates of JAN 17 2009 and NOV 15 2009 (located on the bottom of the cannister)
-Call the Kashi Consumer Response center at 1-877-747-2467.
JNF food injury legal and medical experts say food companies have a responsibility under United States federal law to list milk ingredients on their labels. Innocent consumers are injured by food company mislabeling and dangerous products every year across the country. If you have been injured by a dangerous food you may be entitled to compensation. Contacting a San Francisco food injury lawyer may help you receive compensation from your damages and injuries.
JNF food injury news correspondent H. Ryan for JusticeNewsFlash.com
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