Crab Soup Recalled for Undeclared Milk, Wheat and…Crab?

The sharp-eyed regulators at the FDA warn that Whole Foods is recalling cans of Rip Roar’N Crab Soup because the labels fail to tell consumers of a chief ingredient: crab. Wait. What?

According to the FDA, seems there was a mix-up at the production facilities of Blount Fine Foods of Fall River, MA. While the labels correctly identify the soup, the back of the 16-ounce cans say the soup is Manhattan Clam Chowder and doesn’t list ingredients such as milk, wheat or crab–known food allergens featured in its crab soup.

If you’re not allergic to milk, wheat or crab, the soup is safe to eat. Otherwise, return the mislabeled Rip Roar’N Crab Soup to Whole Foods for a full refund.

Blount Fine Foods Announces Rip Roar’N Crab Soup Recall For Undeclared Milk, Wheat And Crab Allergens [FDA]

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