Undeclared Milk Leads to Recall of Kotsubukko Rice Cracker

Posted on March 18, 2013

The Santa Fe Springs, California-based Nishimoto Trading Company has announced the recall of Kotsubukko Rice Cracker under the Kameda Brand because the products might contain milk without the label stating as much.  The recall affects 4.37 ounce versions of the item that were available in California and a small handful of other states between November of last year and this month. The milk ingredient contained within the item was apparently not labeled properly, which is what led to the entire product being mislabeled.  No one has reportedly sustained an allergic reaction in conjunction with the food at this time, and concerned persons are being asked to bring the item back for a refund.

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