According to a number of news articles, a company from Las Vegas has issued a recall for several pounds of lasagna products due to an issue with the product’s labels.
The official recall announcement recently published has revealed that in light of recent discoveries, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service declared that all deluxe beef lasagna and lasagna with meat sauce produced and distributed by West Best Foods Inc. were produced with soy, an allergen that is not listed as an ingredient in both products’ labels.
Since this food item could pose a health risk to consumers with a high allergy to soy, all units of the remaining recalled lasagna boxes should be returned to the place of purchase for a full refund.
Consumers could identify the possibly hazardous items by the establishment number “EST. 6080”. All recall items were produced between April 13th and May 21st and according to the firm, 13,776 pounds of lasagna are listed under this recall announcement.
The firm has declared that the product may have been produced with soy as a result of the change in an ingredient formulation. Labels may have already been produced before the product’s ingredient formulation shifted.
Hopefully, consumers who are allergic to soy are safe from sustaining any illnesses related to the consumption of these lasagna products. I urge you and your loved ones to check if you have any of these recalled items in your possession as soon as possible.