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Kashi Recalls Frozen Meals

Well, so much for Kashi’s organic image as they join the list of companies participating in recalls. Kashi attempts damage control by recalling about 2,790 pounds of Kashi Southwest Style Chicken labeled products because they're incorrectly labeled. The U.S....
 Kashi Recalls Frozen Meals
 
 

Well, so much for Kashi’s organic image as they join the list of companies participating in recalls.

Kashi
attempts damage control by recalling about 2,790 pounds of Kashi Southwest Style Chicken labeled products because they're incorrectly labeled. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service, says the food may contain egg, which is not on the label, and can be a known allergen.

The California-based companies recall includes 10 ounce "Kashi Southwest Style Chicken" entrees. They have a UPC Code of 1862729292. The lot number is DEC28 RF B1.

The packages are labeled "keep frozen" and have the establishment code of "P-17644" inside the inspection mark. They were packaged by Request Foods, Inc., a Holland Mich., establishment. The products were shipped to stores nationwide.

So far, there have been no reports of any illnesses.

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Kashi began with a healthy epiphany back in 1984 with the discovery of goodness of whole grain nutrition. After months of mixing grains and seeds, the company chose the unique blend of Seven Whole Grains and Sesame for its supreme nutritional profile, a vegetarian source of protein and complex carbohydrates that’s hearty, satisfying and energizing.

Kashi
is derived from the synthesis of “kashruth” or kosher/pure food and “Kushi,” the last name of the founders of American Macrobiotics. Kashi also has international meanings: porridge in Russian, happy in Chinese and energy in Japanese.





 



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