Selected canned pasta products, including items from Chef Boyardee, have been stripped from supermarket shelves following a massive recall by Conagra Brands for milk allergens.
Other items that have been recalled include Libby's, Del Pino's, Hy-Top, Food Hold and Essential Everyday spaghetti.The items were reportedly produced between Jan. 5 and 12. They can also be identified by a "EST. 794M" on the USDA mark of inspection.
In addition to Chef Boyardee Mini Pasta Shells and Meatballs, Stop & Shop has removed Spaghetti and Meatballs from its shelves following an announcement from Conagra regarding its breading. In total, more than 700,000 pounds of Conagra Brand products were removed from shelves nationwide.
According to Stop & Shop, those two particular products may contain milk allergens that are not listed within the ingredients on the label. Anyone who does not suffer from a milk allergen is not in any danger of consuming the products.
Stop & Shop has reportedly not received any illnesses, though those sensitive to the milk allergen “may run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume the products.”
Hudson Valley Stop & Shop locations include:
- Dobbs Ferry
- Hopewell Junction
- Hyde Park
- Mount Kisco
- Mount Vernon
- New Rochelle
- North White Plains
- Port Chester
- West Haverstraw
- White Plains
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