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Pork and leek dumplings with allergens recalled

The pork and leek frozen dumplings distributed by ConAgra have been recalled due to unmentioned ingredients on its packaging that may pose health risks to some people with allergies, according to a report from the Huffington Post on September 19.

According to the recall, the PF Chang’s Home Menu Pork and Leek Dumplings contain crustacean and pollock that were not mentioned on its packaging. People with allergies may suffer from health problems if they consume the recalled dumplings that can be bought in 36 states in the U.S. The recall was issued after a complaint was made by a consumer; however, there have been no reported illnesses as of yet.

Consumers with allergies are advised to avoid eating the dumplings. Retailers of the recalled dumplings were asked to immediately remove the products from their shelves.

Sadly, at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C., our lawyers know that many people in Wisconsin suffer from health problems caused by recalled foods. Get in touch with us to learn about filing a lawsuit against the negligent manufacturer or distributor, call 800-242-2874.