Allergy Warning: Recalled Pierogis Contain Undeclared Wheat, Soy, Eggs, Milk

Allergy Warning: Recalled Pierogis Contain Undeclared Wheat, Soy, Eggs, Milk
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November 17, 2014

Kasia's Deli is recalling about 2,060 pounds of pierogi products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens.

The affected products contain wheat, soy, eggs and milk, which are not included on the label, increasing the risk of a severe reaction in those that purchased the products unknowingly.

The pierogi products were produced on various dates prior to Sept. 19, 2014 and include lot numbers 4262 and below. The products subject to recall may contain the establishment number 'EST. 33985' or 'P- 33985' inside the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) mark of inspection. These products produced were shipped to a distributor for national online sales. They include:

  • 11.5-oz. white plastic tray packages containing 6 pieces of Polana Beef Pierogi with product code 608
  • 11.5-oz. white plastic tray packages containing 12 pieces of Polana Beef Pierogi with product code 108
  • 14-oz. white plastic tray packages containing 6 pieces of Polana Potato and Bacon Pierogi with product code 630
  • 14-oz. white plastic tray packages containing 12 pieces of Polana Potato and Bacon Pierogi with product code 130
  • 14-oz. white plastic tray packages of Polana Chicken Pierogi with product code 126

Consumers with questions about the recall can contact the Kasia's Deli Inc. at (312) 666-2900.

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