The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced a recall of lemon pudding on Feb. 14. Associatiated Milk Producers Inc. is working with Gordon Food Services (GFS) on the recall of undeclared milk in GFS Lemon Pudding.
The affected food was distributed in 113 ounce tin cans that indicate lemon pudding on the labels; however, the product will contain vanilla pudding.
Since milk was used to produce the vanilla pudding, it was not listed in the food ingredients label – despite the fact of the mislabeling – which initiated the food recall as a food allergen alert.
The GFS Lemon Pudding will indicate the UPC Code 9390110676 and Lot number 3T12354C printed on the end of the can.
Consumers are urged to return the affected lemon pudding cans – that contain vanilla pudding – back to the place where purchased for a full refund.
No illnesses or complaints have been reported as a result of this recall to date.
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