McCain Foods USA has expanded its voluntarily recall of frozen onion rings to include two additional private label retail branded products due to a packaging omission in which milk is not declared as one of the ingredients. Consumers who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they eat these products.
The Lisle, Illinois-based company is recalling the following SKUs: 20-ounce bags of Kroger breaded minced onion rings with any production date after March 9, 2015, and prior to July 24, 2015; 20-ounce bags of Fareway breaded onion rings bearing any production date after March 9, 2015 and prior to June 5, 2015.
Earlier, on September 23, 2016, McCain initially recalled frozen onion rings products available under the following brand names: Premium Pick 5 Mix and Match 40-ounce bags of breaded diced onion rings (sold at Save-A-Lot grocery stores); Krasdale 16-ounce bags of onion rings (carried by C-Town, Bravo, AIM and Market Fresh retail outlets); 20-ounce bags of Spartan onion rings (distributed by Spartan, Family Fare, Econo Foods and Martin’s retail grocery stores); and 16-ounce bags of Shur Fine onion rings.
The products associated with the initial September 23 recall were manufactured after October 20, 2015 and prior to September 23, 2016. McCain has updated the Premium Pick 5 Mix and Match brand recall period to be after October 20, 2015, and prior to March 16, 2016.
There have been no reported illnesses associated with the consumption of any of these products. Persons with concerns or questions about the recall should contact McCain Foods by phoning (+1) 630-857-4329.