Williams-Sonoma Sauces Recalled By California Firm Over Allergen Risk

Posted on September 3, 2013

The Santa Fe Springs, California-based Premier Foods has announced the recall of four different products under the Williams-Sonoma brand due to the potential presence of an undeclared allergen.  Depending on the product in question, the labels could fail to declare the presence of soy, milk, wheat, or some combination of those ingredients.  The recall affects Tagine Sauce, Artichoke Pecorino Sauce, Meyer Lemon Braising Base, and 40-Clove Garlic Chicken Braising Base.  Each of these four sauces comes in glass jars.  Persons concerned about exposure to an allergen are being advised to cease consumption and to bring the products back to the Williams-Sonoma they were bought from, where a refund will be given.

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