Trader Joe’s Gratin Recalled By California Company Over Labeling Issue

Posted on December 3, 2013

Butternut Squash & Creamed Spinach Gratin under the Trader Joe’s brand is being recalled by the Vernon, California-based Huxtable’s Kitchen because of the potential for the products to contain an item other than what is purported by the label.  Because this corn-based item in question would contain eggs and wheat without the label outlining these ingredients, persons who are allergic to those substances could face a serious reaction.  The recall affects one lot that contains a Use By date of December 13.  The items were sold in California and three other states, and persons concerned about their safety should bring the products back to Trader Joe’s.

Follow this link for more about the recall.

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