Over 600 cases of Ronzoni® Thin Spaghetti cartons made by Riviana Foods Inc. are being recalled due to a packaging error. Some of the Thin Spaghetti cartons may actually contain an egg fettuccine product. The affected Ronzoni Thin Spaghetti products do not declare the allergen egg, which is one of the ingredients in the egg fettuccine.
Those who have an allergy or sensitivity to egg run the risk of serious, potentially life-threatening allergic reactions if they consume these products. Only products processed at the Riviana co-manufacturer’s facility on January 20, 2017, are affected. These products can be identified by the manufacturing code and UPC number listed on the left end of the package. No other varieties or manufacturing codes are included in the recall.
|Product Size||Product Name||Manufacturing Code||Individual Package UPC|
|16 oz. each;||Ronzoni Thin Spaghetti||JAN 20 19 K||71300 000097|
To date, no consumer communications about the affected products or illnesses associated with it have been reported. Distributors and retailers who carry the affected product have been instructed to remove the products from the inventories. Consumers should return the affected product to the store where they purchased it for a full refund. Consumers who may have questions or concerns should call Riviana’s toll-free Consumer Relations number at 1-800-730-5957 between 9 am and 5 pm (Eastern).
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