Undeclared dairy ingredient leads to product recall

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Related tags: Food, Allergy

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued the first
public notice of a Class 1 recall stating that ConAgra Dairy Foods
is to recall less than 3,000 pounds of Fleischmann's Unsalted Stick
Margarine because the product may contain an undeclared dairy
ingredient.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued the first public notice of a Class 1 recall stating that ConAgra Dairy Foods is to recall less than 3,000 pounds of Fleischmann's Unsalted Stick Margarine because the product may contain an undeclared dairy ingredient. The Fleischmann's Unsalted Stick Margarine can be identified with the "best if used by" date on the carton of JAN 31 02 O N. Two allergic reactions have been reported. Other than to dairy sensitive consumers or to consumers on a sodium free diet, the product being recalled is safe for consumption. The FDA also announced that Swiss food giant Nestlé is recalling 120 cans of Nestlé Carnation Follow-Up Formula, 32-fluid-ounce Liquid Ready to Feed, due to excessive magnesium in these cans. Long term extended use of the product may have the potential to cause severe adverse health effects such as low blood pressure and irregular heart beat however there have been no reports of illnesses associated with this product.

Related topics: Regulation

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