Turkey Breast Product Recalled Due to Mislabeling

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About 2,325 pounds of turkey breast products made by Kuck’s Turkey Farm are being recalled due to mislabeling, according to recent news sources.

The product was made in St. Marys, Ohio and contains wheat and soy, known allergens which, if consumed by those with sensitivities, can cause an allergic reaction. The wheat and soy are not declared on the label of the product.

The products subject to recall are cartons containing 7- and 8-lb. packages of “AMISH HERITAGE “ROTISSERIE SEASONINGS” TURKEY BREAST.”

These products have the number P-34592 inside the USDA inspection mark and are labeled with sell by dates from October 9, 2011 through November 28, 2011. The undeclared ingredients were discovered by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety Inspection Services during a regular labeling review. No illnesses in relation to this recall have been reported as of yet.

As a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer, I encourage anyone experiencing reactions to this product to seek medical attention. In my line of work as a product liability lawyer, I know how important proper labeling can be. Proper labeling ensures the safety of the consumer and makes it easier for consumers to make the right choices in regards to their health. I hope that no one is sickened by consuming this product.