In a nutshell: The recall includes Kroger brand stores like Fry’s Foods in Arizona, Kwik Shop in the Heartland, Fred Meyer in the Northwest, and Ralph’s in Calif., among many other stores with different names.
From the press release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 14, 2010 – Los Angeles, Calif – Kroger (product distributor) and Contessa Premium Foods, Inc. (product manufacturer) are recalling 24 ounce bags of Kroger brand Meals Made Simple Shrimp Linguini, because it may contain undeclared milk product. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk products run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.
The Kroger brand Meals Made Simple Shrimp Linguini was distributed to all divisions of Kroger’s retail stores.
All units of Kroger brand Meals Made Simple Shrimp Linguini (UPC 1111097756) product are impacted by this recall.
Only one adverse reaction has been reported as associated with this product to date.
This recall was initiated after Contessa Premium Foods, Inc. discovered that the Kroger brand Meals Made Simple Shrimp Linguini included an ingredient labeled as “Natural Flavors” that may have been constituted using milk or milk byproducts. Subsequent investigation indicates that this ingredient was included in the product at very small amounts but was not otherwise indicated on the allergen warning statement.
Consumers who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk products and have purchased the 24 ounce bags of Kroger brand Meals Made Simple Shrimp Linguini are urged to either contact Contessa Premium Foods, Inc. at 888-832-8000 Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time, or return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.