New York State Agriculture Commissioner Richard A. Ball today alerted consumers to undeclared milk in Stuglik brand “Potato Chips,” distributed by Adamba Imports International Inc., located at 585 Meserole St., Brooklyn, NY. People who have severe sensitivity to milk may run the risk of serious or life-threatening reactions if they consume this product. To date, no illnesses have been reported to the Department in connection with this product.
The recalled Stuglik brand “Potato Chips” is packaged in a 35 g (1.23 oz) plastic bag. The product had a container code of 5.9.18 and a UPC code of 5-902683-757019, and is labeled as a “Product of Poland.” The product was distributed in the NYC metro area, in New Jersey, and in Connecticut.
Routine sampling by New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets’ food inspectors and subsequent analysis of the product by the New York State Food Laboratory revealed the product contained milk allergens, which were not declared on the label.
Consumers who purchased Stuglik brand “Potato Chips” may return the product to the place of purchase. Questions about the recalled product may be directed to the contact, Adam Bak, at 718-628-0920
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