Pasta product pulled from Midwestern grocery stores over ‘undeclared milk’

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The company announced Tuesday that it is recalling a packaged pasta dish sold at HyVee grocery stores in California Eight Midwestern states.

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Chester, based in Illinois Gilster-Mary Lee Corp. said it was recalling HyVee Hamburger Chili Macaroni Skillet meals produced at a plant in Stillville, Illinois, due to undeclared milk in the product. Milk may be dangerous for people who are allergic or hypersensitive to milk.

Iowa-based HyVee has recalled a pasta product from its shelves "Undeclared milk" used for its manufacture.

Iowa-based HyVee has pulled a noodle product from its shelves due to “unauthorized milk” used in its manufacture.

Retrieved for 5.2 ounce cartons packaged with best date February 8, 2024. Food sold at HyVee and Dollar Fresh Market stores in Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

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People can return packages to HyVee stores for a refund or disposal.

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Hy-Vee’s headquarters are at West Des Moines, Iowa.

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