About 9,073,384 lbs of chicken and beef flavored patties in the U.S. were recalled after the federal Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) discovered that they contained egg that was not reported on the package label, the Food Safety and Inspection Service website stated on April 29.
Recall documents revealed that packaging of Golden Krust Patties made from January last year until February 2015 did not include its egg content in the labeling, even though egg is an allergen to some consumers. People allergic to egg ingredients may suffer adverse reactions from consuming the recalled patties. The mislabeled patties reportedly were shipped nationwide. Golden Krust Patties and the FSIS are not aware of any complaints of illness from consumers who ate the affected products. People are advised to immediately seek medical attention if they believe they fell ill from eating the products.
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