A recall has been issued for Lay’s Potato Chips due to an undeclared allergen that could cause a serious health risk if consumed.
On July 4, four different types of Lay’s chips were recalled due to the allergens.
The products could contain milk, wheat, or soy, and it was not listed on the label.
Where did the recall happen for Lay’s chips?
The recall stems from one location in Australia.
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The impacted products were sold at Asian grocery stores in Victoria.
This is according to Food Standards Australia New Zealand.
Recalled Lay’s Potato Chip products include
- Cucumber flavor with a best before date of 26/07/2022 and 22/09/2022
- Roasted garlic oyster flavor with a best before date of 29/07/2022
- Roasted fish flavor with a best before date of 29/07/2022
- Fried crab flavor with a best before date of 05/12/2022
The chips should be thrown away or taken back for a refund.
The recall is considered ongoing.
Food Recall ? Allergen Alert ?1 Finger Pty Ltd are recalling a variety of Lay's Potato Chips (various best before dates) due to presence of an undeclared allergen (milk wheat or soy). The products have been available for sale at Asian grocery stores VIC. https://t.co/dOxAfXRsPF pic.twitter.com/OVBQBQnG3I
— FoodStandardsAusNZ (@FSANZnews) July 4, 2022
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