FDA Alert: Undeclared eggs prompt recall of “Jumbo Shells with Cheese”

Legal News for Product Liability Attorneys. FDA announced recall of “Jumbo Shells with Cheese” for allergy hazard.

Product liability lawyer alerts- mislabeled product may cause consumers to suffer allergic reaction, FDA announces recall.

Lincoln Park, MI—Pierino Frozen Foods Inc. has recalled 24 oz. packages of “Jumbo Shells with Cheese” due to undeclared eggs in the product that could pose a health hazard to consumers. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) http://www.fda.gov states, “People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.” The FDA announced the product recall on Wednesday, February 3, 2010.

The 24 oz. packages of “Jumbo Shells with Cheese” were reportedly sold in retail stores in Michigan, West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Colorado, Texas, Kentucky, North Carolina, Virginia, and Florida. The firm promptly recalled the product after it was discovered that the ingredient list did not list eggs as a constituent in the shells. Pierino Frozen Foods has allegedly received one report of a consumer suffering a mild allergic reaction after eating the mislabeled product.

The UPC numbers 039106333347 can be located on the back center of the product’s packaging. All products with expiration dates prior to 01/2011 have been included in the recall. The firm has suspended distribution of the product until proper packaging is available. The new packaging will notify consumers that eggs are indeed used in the shells. Consumers who are allergic or have a serious food sensitivity to eggs have been urged to return the recalled “Jumbo Shells with Cheese” to the place of purchase for a full reimbursement.

Legal News Reporter: Sandra Quinlan- Legal News for Product Liability Lawyers.

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