ConAgra Foods recalls frozen appetizers

Frozen dumpling appetizers produced by Unilever and distributed by ConAgra Foods are being recalled due to unmentioned ingredients that may cause allergies and illness for some people, a report released on Thursday, September 19 stated.

According to the recall, the PF Chang’s Home Menu Pork and Leek Dumplings contain shrimp and pollock that were not mentioned on its packaging. The said ingredients in the frozen dumplings that were made from May 8 – 9, 2013 may pose health risks to people who are allergic to crustacean and fish.

Although there were no illnesses reported linked to the recalled pork and leek dumplings, consumers who are allergic to eating fish and shrimp are advised to avoid the product. ConAgra Foods is coordinating with retailers to have the recalled products removed from their shelves.

Developing health problems from recalled foods can have serious consequences for a victim. At Yearout & Traylor, P.C., our lawyers are dedicated to helping people in Birmingham who have suffered through this unexpected situation. Find out how we can help you legally by calling 205.414.8160 today.      

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