A popular snack and appetizer dip is being recalled due to allergy concerns.  Winter Gardens Quality Foods, Inc., is voluntary recalling one of its products: Whole Foods Market Spinach Artichoke Dip due to an undeclared allergen in the recipe; the ingredient in question is eggs - something that can cause allergic reactions for many.

According to information released through the Food and Drug Administration, consumers who have a food allergy or have severe sensitivity to Egg should not consume the product as it could result in a serious life-threatening allergic reaction.  The recall was initiated following an internal review of records identified the incorrect label.

Here are the specifics involving the recall:

  • Brand:  Whole Foods Market Spinach Artichoke Dip
  • Product size:  12 oz tub
  • Lot code:  248
  • Use By date:  7/26/20
  • UPC Code:     074204804467

At this point there have been no known or reported illnesses related to the consumption of the spinach and artichoke dip.  However, the company is taking precautions due to the potential for allergic reactions.

Consumers who believe that they have some of the affected product in their possession are directed to not consume it. All questions or concerns about the recall are being directed to Winter Gardens Quality Foods, Inc.  You can call David Mulligan - the Winter Gardens Quality Manager - Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM at 717-624-6032.

Click here for more details and to see pictures of the product label for identification purposes.

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