The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Jan. 7, a recall of hot fries snack by Andy Capp's brand have been voluntarily recalled due to undeclared soy, a food allergen, in the list of ingredient label. Con Agra Foods shipped 756 cases of the affected product to N.J., N.Y., and Penn. food distributors.
The food service company based in Omaha, Neb., inadvertently may have packaged the Andy Capp’s Hot Fries flavor product which may contain Andy Capp’s Cheddar Fries flavor – the discovery subsequently prompted the undeclared soy allergen alert.
The affected snack products were sent to retail stores in Conn., N.Y., N.J., Pa., West Va., Md., Del., and Va. with UPC: 00-0-26200-47169-7 printed on the packages.
The Sell-By-Date of Aug. 17 is also printed and located on the front of the .85-ounce affected packages.
People who are food sensitive or allergic to soy should not consume the affected snack product because they were not listed as a food ingredient nor declared and labeled as a food allergen.
There have been no reported illnesses or complaints to date.
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Andy Capp’s Hot Fries Recalled Due To Undeclared…, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website
News Release: Andy Capp’s Hot Fries Recall…, Con Agra Foods website