The FDA issued details about Kroger's Private Selection Sweet Strawberry Sorbet being recalled because it contains an undeclared allergen.
The label on Kroger's Private Selection Sweet Strawberry Sorbet does not state on the label that it contains milk, which is an allergen. Those allergic to milk could have a serious allergic reaction is they were to eat a product that contains this allergen.
Kroger said the Private Selection Sweet Strawberry Sorbet will be in 13 states, included their Jay C stores and Kroger stores.
Two customers reported what may have been an allergic reaction after eating Private Selection Sweet Strawberry Sorbet. Kroger responded with this announcement and is removing all of the Private Selection Sweet Strawberry Sorbet that has an expiration date of Aug 11, 2015 and UPC 11110 52108, potential because this may contain milk.
The states where the Kroger and Jay C stores are that may have the recalled Private Selection Sweet Strawberry Sorbet include: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia, along the Ohio border only. The remainder of West Virginia is not included.
No other states are part of the Private Selection Sweet Strawberry Sorbet recall. No other products offered under by Kroger are part of this recall.
Kroger assured customers that Louisiana, North Carolina, eastern West Virginia, Virginia and Texas are not part of the recall. Recalled products should be returned to the place of purchase for a complete refund.
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