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Conagra Brands Recalls More Than 2M Pounds of P.F. Chang’s Frozen Entrees Due to Misbranding

— May 9, 2019

More than two million pounds of P.F. Chang’s frozen entrees have been recalled due to undeclared allergens and misbranding.

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Are you a fan on P.F. Chang’s frozen entrees? If so, you may be interested to learn that more than two million pounds of the popular entree has been recalled over concerns of undeclared allergens and misbranding. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the affected meals include P.F. Chang’s Home Menu Chicken Pad Thai and the Asian-themed restaurant’s Chicken Fried Rice.

Undeclared allergens are a big deal because they could cause serious health problems to anyone allergic to the ingredients in question. In this latest recall, the recalled entrees contain milk. The issue was discovered earlier this month when “Conagra Brands, which distributes the dinners to supermarkets across the U.S., discovered during a routine label check that milk was left off the label.”

To better identify the recalled products, consumers should check the production and ‘Best-by’ dates. According to the recall notice, the entrees were produced between October 1, 2018, and April 11, 2019. The ‘Best-by’ dates are anywhere between September 26, 2019, and April 5, 2020.

Fortunately, there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions linked to the consumption of the products.


Over 2 million pounds of P.F. Chang’s frozen meals recalled for ‘undeclared allergens’

More than 2 million pounds of P.F. Chang’s frozen meals recalled due to undeclared allergens

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