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RECALL: Frozen Pies Crust Could Be Health Hazard

A Canadian company says it incorrectly labeled frozen pie crust sold in Laguna Niguel and nationwide at Sprouts and Whole Foods may cause a serious reaction in persons with allergies to eggs.

RECALL: Frozen Pies Crust Could Be Health Hazard

Information provided by the U.S. Department of Food and Drug Administration

If you have egg allergies, watch out for Kinnikinnick Frozen Pie Crust, as the company says it contains egg products that may not be listed on an applied ingredient label.

The Edmonton, Alberta (Canada), company said products without an ingredient label applied to the box are not subject to this recall, as they correctly list the eggs as an ingredient, according to the FDA.

The product being recalled is: 
Kinnikinnick Pie Crust (frozen) 
Weight: 290 g/10 oz Qty/Pkg: 2 
UPC: 62013300600 9

The product is distributed across United States including stores in Laguna Niguel such as Whole Foods and Sprouts.

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This incorrectly labeled Kinnikinnick Frozen Pie Crust may cause a serious or life-threatening reaction in persons with allergies to eggs. Consumers who are allergic to EGGS should return the product to point of sale for a refund.

There have been no reported illnesses associated with this recall.

Consumers can contact Kinnikinnick Foods by calling 780-424-2900.

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