According to news sources, an undeclared milk allergen in Instantwhip B/C Topping has resulted in the voluntary recall of the product due to the risks of severe or fatal allergic reactions to people with a particular allergic sensitivity towards milk ingredients.
The company, Ohio Processors, Inc., has issued the voluntary recall as a result of an undeclared milk allergen inside the product that was discovered after finding out that the supplier had provided the incorrect packaging. The recalled product includes the codes 060, 080, 124, 143, 145, 167, 179, 188, 193, 244, 256, 300, 313 and comes in 1/2 gallon containers.
There have been no reported illnesses to date. People with no allergies or sensitivities towards milk can consume the product with no concern.
Consumers with the recalled product should contact the company at (877) 488-0816 for additional information
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