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ConAgra Foods recalls pork and leek dumplings with crustacean and fish

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The frozen pork and leek dumplings distributed by ConAgra are being recalled due to unmentioned ingredients that may pose health risks to some people, a Thursday, September 19 report from Huffington Post stated.

According to the recall, the PF Chang’s Home Menu Pork and Leek Dumplings have crustacean and pollock ingredients that were not mentioned on the packaging. Consumers who are allergic to crustacean and pollock may suffer from severe health issues if they eat these dumplings, which were sold in 36 states in the U.S. There have been no reported illnesses yet linked to the dumplings.

People who have allergies to these ingredients are advised not to eat the recalled products that were made from May 8 and 9, 2013. The distributor is currently cooperating with retailers to have the products removed from their shelves immediately.

Although there were no illnesses reported from these recalled dumplings, many people suffer health problems due to eating recalled or dangerous foods. At Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.®, our lawyers can help Madison residents who have been harmed by such dangerous products. Call us at (800) 242-2874 to find out how we can help you.