Conagra Foods, the maker of Chef Boyardee products is recalling more than 700-thousand pounds of pasta due to a labeling error. The USDA says the problem was discovered on June 6th by the company.
Apparently, an ingredient supplier noticed the bread crumbs used in various spaghetti and meatball products contained milk and this was not disclosed on the packaging.
There are no confirmed reports of illness to the mislabeling, but the USDA is urging consumers to throw away the recalled products as a precaution.
Check out more details on the recall ON THIS LINK.
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