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November 13, 2009: Undeclared Ingredient in Blue Bonnet Spreads

Approximately 1,120 cases of Blue Bonnet Spread have been recalled.

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ConAgra Foods, the manufacturer, has voluntarily announced the recall due to mispackaging.  The packaging is such that the product depicted and described on the lid does not match the product on the tub.

The lid indicates that the product is the regular spread.  The tub indicates the product as the light spread.  The tub contains the regular Blue Bonnet Spread.  As a result, the product contains a milk product which was not placed in the listing of ingredients.  Milk is a known allergen and may cause severe reactions.

The FDA states that the product UPC on the tub is 27000-00930. The product lid will not have the blue ribbon graphic bearing the word "Light" that is found on the tub portion of the package. The rim of the lid will feature the batch code "2247923200" and a Sell By date of March 18, 2010.

To learn more about allergens, please see Food Allergies.

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