Harvest Food Group recalls misbranded chicken fried rice
Labels did not declare that the products contain milk, an allergen for some people
Harvest Food Group Inc. is recalling about 47,000 pounds of frozen Yumnum chicken fried rice because of misbranding and an undeclared allergen, the USDA announced.
The products, shipped to stores in Illinois and Michigan, contain milk that was not noted on the label, the USDA’s Food and Safety Inspection Service says. The recalled items are 9-ounce cardboard packages of “yumnum global cuisine YAKITORI SEASONED CHICKEN FRIED RICE” with lot codes C041A8K12 BEST BY 11/12/2019, C091A8L04 BEST BY 12/04/2019 and C091A8L05 BEST BY 12/05/2019.
The packages were produced Nov. 12, 2018; Dec. 4, 2018; and Dec. 5, 2018. They have establishment number P-34457 inside the USDA mark of inspection.
The Chicago company discovered the problem during a label inventory check, FSIS says.
There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions. FSIS advises throwing away the products or returning them to the store.
Consumers with questions may contact Ashley Collins, brand manager, Yumnum brand, at 844-333-2833.