Kraft Food Group is recalling its Breakstone, Daily Chef, Knudsen, and Simply Kraft cottage cheese labels after the company found out that some of the ingredients of these products were not stored in accordance with the company’s temperature standards, a Food Safety News report stated Sunday, May 18.
According to the report, 1.2 million cases of Kraft’s cottage cheese products were affected by the recall, all of which were stored in the company’s facility in Tulare, California. Recalled products contain a case code date between May 9, 2014 and July 23, 2014, the plant code 06-245, and a case code without any ‘W.’
Kraft is urging the buyers not to consume the recalled product, and to return the affected food item for a refund or product exchange.
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Ben & Jerry’s has issued a recall for its Chocolate Nougat Crunch Ice Cream after it failed to place an allergen advisory statement on the packaging. The ice cream was made with equipment that also processes tree nuts and peanuts, which is not marked on the label.
Consumers with serious peanut and tree nut allergies could have potentially life-threatening reactions if they eat the product. However, no illnesses or reactions have been reported at this time.
People who have purchased the ice cream are urged to throw it out, clean the container, and then cut out the UPC code printed on the outside. They can then call Ben & Jerry’s for a free replacement coupon.
If you have become ill after eating a dangerous food product, contact the food product defects lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. by calling 800-242-2874.