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Melissa's Dutch Red Potatoes With Dijon Mustard Sauce Recalled

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World Variety Produce, Inc. is recalling select lots of Melissa's Dutch Red Potatoes with Dijon Mustard Sauce as it contains undeclared egg, a known allergen, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said.

The recalled product comes in 1.7OZ or 502g clear overwrap tray in cardboard sleeve packaging, with UPC Code 0-45255-15221-0, and select best use buy dates from August 15 to October 9.

The product was sold in the produce department and distributed in the states of Arizona, California, Florida, Iowa, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Washington.

People with an allergy or severe sensitivity to egg may get serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume the product.

However, the company has not received any reports of illnesses related to the product to date.

Consumers who have purchased Melissa's Brand Dutch Red Potatoes with Dijon Mustard Sauce are urged to destroy and dispose of the recalled product.

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