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Recall: not chili in canned Cincinnati’s Famous Skyline Chili

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Skyline Chili Original Chili

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About 3,360 Skyline Original Chili jars with a capacity of 10.5 ounces have been recalled because what is inside the jars does not look like the world-famous chili peppers from Cincinnati.

Or, in fact, from Austin, Indiana Morgan Foods, who did recall. A USDA recall statement said consumers “informed companies that banks labeled as chili pepper, which contains cream of chicken soup».

An obvious annoyance to anyone whose mouth was ready for chili, but it’s a Class 1 recall because the chicken soup cream has milk, wheat and soy, and the chili doesn’t. This makes what is in the jar perhaps a major problem for people who are allergic to these undeclared allergens.

Banks went to stores across the country. They have batch № L2121 and product code CHC8T UPY at the bottom of the jars with the best date date of December 21, 2023. They are packed in trays with an expiration date of December 21, 2024.

If you know how to open a jar of chili and find a cream of chicken soup, do nothing. If this is a problem, especially a food allergy problem, return it to the bank at the place of purchase for a full refund.

Bridget Castellini of Wordsmith Communications can answer consumer questions about the recall by calling 513-515-9673 or bcastellini@wordsworthweb.com.

Since 1989, the domain of David J. The Nile at the Miami Herald has expanded to include writing about panthers (NHL and FIU), dolphins, old school animation, food safety, fraud, naughty lawyers, bad doctors and all sorts of breaking news. He drinks the deck completely. It does not run Indianapolis 500 Race Day.



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Recall: not chili in canned Cincinnati’s Famous Skyline Chili

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Skyline Chili Original Chili

USDA

About 3,360 Skyline Original Chili jars with a capacity of 10.5 ounces have been recalled because what is inside the jars does not look like the world-famous chili peppers from Cincinnati.

Or, in fact, from Austin, Indiana Morgan Foods, who did recall. A USDA recall statement said consumers “informed companies that banks labeled as chili pepper, which contains cream of chicken soup».

An obvious annoyance to anyone whose mouth was ready for chili, but it’s a Class 1 recall because the chicken soup cream has milk, wheat and soy, and the chili doesn’t. This makes what is in the jar perhaps a major problem for people who are allergic to these undeclared allergens.

Banks went to stores across the country. They have batch № L2121 and product code CHC8T UPY at the bottom of the jars with the best date date of December 21, 2023. They are packed in trays with an expiration date of December 21, 2024.

If you know how to open a jar of chili and find a cream of chicken soup, do nothing. If this is a problem, especially a food allergy problem, return it to the bank at the place of purchase for a full refund.

Bridget Castellini of Wordsmith Communications can answer consumer questions about the recall by calling 513-515-9673 or bcastellini@wordsworthweb.com.

Since 1989, the domain of David J. The Nile at the Miami Herald has expanded to include writing about panthers (NHL and FIU), dolphins, old school animation, food safety, fraud, naughty lawyers, bad doctors and all sorts of breaking news. He drinks the deck completely. It does not run Indianapolis 500 Race Day.



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