Campbell’s Soup Are Being Recalled Over Undeclared Allergen. Campbell Soup has recalled about 56,000 pounds of canned soup that may be contaminated with an undeclared allergen, the Agriculture Department said Friday.
The soups, produced by the company’s plant in Napoleon, Ohio, contained cheese that could cause allergic reactions for those with food allergies.
Recalled Products Are Labeled With Italian Sausage With Pasta & Pepperoni
The products being recalled are 18.6 oz. cans labeled “Campbell’s Select, Ready to Serve Soup, Italian Sausage with Pasta and Pepperoni, NEW.”
The soup is packed eight to a carton in a cardboard wrap. Each carton contains four cans of the recalled product and four cans of a chicken product that is not subject to recall.
The soup was made on Dec. 11, 2002, and distributed to Costco retail stores in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Washington.