Farm Rich Announces Product Allergen Changes
Farm Rich has announced a recipe change for some of its popular snack offerings. Products included in this recipe update are: Cheddar Cheese Curds, Jalapeño Peppers and Breaded Mushrooms, which now contain trace amounts of egg and soy, and two Farm Rich Meatball varieties, Original Homestyle and Italian Style, are no longer gluten-free.
Farm Rich is encouraging shoppers to pay special attention to product package labeling and/or visit FarmRich.com to view the most current ingredient and allergen information.
According to the FDA, the eight common food allergens are milk, peanuts, eggs, fish, shellfish, soy, tree nuts and wheat. Cheddar Cheese Curds, Jalapeño Peppers and Breaded Mushrooms contain eggs, soy, milk and wheat. Homestyle and Italian Style Meatballs contain soy and wheat (gluten).
Farm Rich follows all government regulations for product labeling. If one of the top eight allergens is present in any quantity, it will always be listed in the product ingredient statement on the packaging, as well as on the Products and Allergens Page on the Farm Rich website, FarmRich.com.
For general food allergens information, visit Foodallergy.org. For more information about Farm Rich products, or to speak to a Customer Care representative, consumers should call 888-732-7251 or send email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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