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Kettle Brand Voluntarily Recalls Limited Run of Bakes Sea Salt Potato Chips Due to Potential Milk Allergen
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - February 13, 2014 -Kettle Brand is issuing a voluntary recall on a limited run of its 4-ounce Kettle Brand Bakes Sea Salt Potato Chips because of potential exposure to milk-based sour cream seasoning, a potential milk allergen not declared on the ingredient label. The brand is recalling 144 cases as a precaution. The product was distributed to 12 customer warehouses that supply retail stores nationwide. This is the only item impacted, and there have been no reports of illnesses or injury.
|Product Name||UPC Code||Manufacturing Code||Best-Buy Date|
|Kettle Brand Bakes Sea Salt Potato Chips||84114 10984 2||09309210, ending with four numbers ranging from 05:00 – 10:30||01MAY14|
Concern for the safety and satisfaction of its customers is a top priority. Kettle urges people who have an allergy or sensitivity to milk to avoid eating this batch of Kettle Brand Bakes Sea Salt. For reference, manufacturing codes can be found in the upper right-hand corner of the front package.
Consumers interested in a replacement or refund are encouraged to contact Consumer Affairs online via http://www.kettlebrand.com/contact/contact_kettle/ or by calling 503-364-0399 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Pacific Time, Monday – Friday.
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