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Undeclared milk content prompts Pringles recall

29-Jan-2014
Last updated on 29-Jan-2014 at 10:29 GMT

The recall has only impacted 75 cans but Pringles recalled one hour's worth of production as a precaution
The recall has only impacted 75 cans but Pringles recalled one hour's worth of production as a precaution

The Kellogg Company has issued a very small recall on its original Pringles snack in the US following potential exposure to seasoning containing milk.

The company is recalling one hour’s worth of production of Pringles original 5.68-ounce cans as a precaution, although said that only around 75 cans had been impacted. The cans had been distributed to seven customer warehouses that supply retail stores nationwide.

“The crisps are being recalled because they may have been inadvertently exposed to seasoning containing milk, which is not listed as an ingredient on the label,” the company said.

Kellogg was alerted to the issue by a consumer, although it said no illnesses or allergic reactions have been reported.

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