Two Salad Dressings Sold in Every Iowa Grocery Store Recalled
If you are a dressing lover, chances are you've purchased one or more recently. Even if you don't like salad, you might be like me and eat copious amounts of chicken wings. Those go perfectly with the right dressing. If you have recently purchased one or more bottles, you may want to check 'em to make sure they're not a part of this recall from Conagra Brands, and they are sold in every grocery store in Iowa.
Two dressings were recalled, but you may not need to throw 'em out
Conagra Brands announced the recall of their Wish-Bone Thousand Island and Chunky Blue Cheese dressings. The reason? The dressings contain egg, which is not on the label, making it an undeclared allergen.
The recall notice states:
People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to egg run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products. There have been no reports of illness or injury due to the consumption of these products to date.
Meaning, if this is not you, you're good to continue using the product without concern of illness. According to the FDA, the recall does not impact any other Wish-Bone or Conagra Brands product. Conagra is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.
The products recalled as they appear on store shelves:
This isn't the first recall of 2022. In January, Iowa Smokehouse recalled 15,000 pounds of beef sticks due to the product containing milk, but the nutrition label did not include that in the ingredients list, leading to the recall.
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