Backroad Country Caramel Puffcorn Recalled Due to Undeclared Allergen

According to several news agencies, Backroad Country Caramel Puffcorn has been recalled over the possibility certain lots may have been produced with milk.

The undeclared allergen has prompted this recall, according to the Food and Drug Administration. Troyer Cheese decided to alert consumers immediately so all units of the 8 or 16-ounce plastic bags of the product with the codes 0 49646 90176 0 or 0 49646 90157 6 can be returned to the place of purchase at once.

As a personal injury attorney at a prestigious Seattle law firm, I hope these products are returned immediately since the allergic reactions some consumers could experience after consuming this undeclared allergen could turn out to be fatal. I have seen similar occurrences in the past and know that several reports of illnesses or adverse reactions surface before any recalls are announced. I’m glad that this product hasn’t jeopardized the lives of consumers in the country up to this moment.

I encourage you to remember that if you suffer any adverse reactions related to a recalled and contaminated food product you might like to ask an attorney near you to assess your case promptly.

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