The Popcorn Factory Issues Recall Due To Undeclared Milk In Products: What You Need to Know

The Popcorn Factory Issues Recall Due To Undeclared Milk In Products: What You Need to Know

The Popcorn Factory of  Lake Forest, Illinois, has issued a recall on 600 of their 4 ounce “Lite Works Dill Pickle Popcorn” due to undeclared milk in the products.

The products were distributed nationwide to Burlington Coat Factory and come in a foil bag; they have a lot code of 15111, with the best by date of SEP 17, 2015.

The error was discovered  after workers realized the wrong product ingredients were in the foil bags; further investigation revealed the error stems from a problem with the company’s production and packaging process.

As of now, no illnesses have been reported. But individuals with milk allergy sensitivities can have serious or life-threatening symptoms if they accidentally ingest the product.

Anyone who purchased the recalled product should throw it out, according to the FDA.

Consumers with questions can call The Popcorn Factory at 1-888-238-8107, Monday through Friday, 10 A.M. (EST) – 6 P.M. (EST).  They can also use that number to request a replacement/refund from the company.

Do you eat any of The Popcorn Factory’s products?  Tell us if your concerned about this recall below.

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