November 24, 2009: Vita Foods Recalls Herring

As stated by the FDA in a recent press release,

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 “Vita Food Products, Inc. of Chicago, IL is voluntarily recalling its Elf Branded Herring in Sour Cream product distributed in retail stores in California, Texas, Massachusetts, Maryland, Georgia, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin because their labels do not disclose that the product contains wheat. The following product, in the two sizes listed below, is affected by the recall:

12 oz 0-73302-22111-4 12/APR/10 or earlier
8 oz 0-73302-23111-3

12/APR/10 or earlier


People who are on gluten-free diets run a risk of serious adverse consequences by consuming this product. To date, no illnesses or adverse reactions have been reported in connection with this problem; there is no risk to consumers who do not have a wheat allergy or are not on gluten-free diets.”


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