Trader Joe’s Fish Recalled for Life-Threatening Allergy Mislabel
Trader Joe’s has issued a recall for more than 4,000 pounds of fish after determining product packaging was missing ingredient labeling for possible allergens.
About the Trader Joe Fish Recalls
Acceding to CNN, several thousands of pounds of Trader Joe’s fish products are facing recalls for labeling errors. Reports indicate product packaging was missing critical ingredient labels indicating allergens against milk and wheat.
Orca Bay Foods issued out the recall of over 350 cases of the Trader Joe’s products equaling plus 4,400 pounds.
The Gluten Free Battered Halibut is the exact name of the fish in review. Orca Bay Foods warns that a consumer with allergies to milk or wheat can potentially face extreme harm or even die if they consume the product. Consumers are encouraged to return the fish. No reports of harm have been made.
States with Store Locations Selling Recalled Trader’s Joe Products
- New Hampshire
- New York
- Rhode Island
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