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Milk Allergy Alert
October 28, 2009
Mrs. Rios Corn Products is recalling “La Bonita Flour Tortillas,” “La Grande Flour Tortillas,” “Mrs. Rios Corn Products Burrito Tortillas,” “Bernard’s Quality 8 Press Flour Tortillas,” “Bernard’s Quality 6 ½ Press Flour Tortillas,” and “Sanitary Flour Tortillas” due to undeclared milk.
The product was distributed in Texas through convenience stores, supermarkets, and restaurants.
The following products are being recalled:
La Bonita Flour Tortillas come in a 22-ounce, clear plastic package, 10 count, marked with a “best buy” date between 10/26/09 through 12/11/09 and can be identified by its red label.
La Grande Flour Tortillas come in a 28-ounce, clear plastic package, 12 count, marked with a best buy date between 10/26/09 through 12/11/09 and can be identified by its green label.
Mrs. Rios Corn Products’ 6 count Burrito Tortillas come in a 17-ounce, clear plastic bag with yellow printed company logo and a best buy date from 10/26/09 through 12/11/09. The 12 count Burrito Tortillas come in a 12-ounce clear plastic bag with blue a printed company logo and a best buy date from 10/26/09 through 12/11/09.
Bernard’s Quality 8” Press Flour Tortillas, 11 count, come in a 22-ounce clear plastic bag with green and red Bernard’s Tortillas company logo. This product is packed in a Bernard’s Tortilla Factory box with 24 11-count packages. The best buy date is 10/26/09 through 12/11/09.
Bernard’s Quality 6 ½” Press Flour Tortillas, 20 count, come in a clear plastic package. The 20 count bags are packaged in a Bernard’s Tortilla Factory box with 15 20-count packages per case. The best buy date is 10/26/09 through 12/11/09.
Sanitary Flour Tortillas come in a 20-count and 25-count package. The 20-count package has 14 packages to a case and the 25-count package has 16 packages to a case.
Consumers may return the product to the place of purchase. Consumers with questions may call (325) 653-5640.
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Disclaimer: I'm a food allergy advocate and mom of a food allergic child. I am NOT an allergist. My comments are based on my research and experiences. Please speak to your doctor regarding medical concerns.
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