Ranch Dressing Recalled Over Labels

Friday, May 21, 2010  |  Updated 7:14 AM PDT
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A company that makes salad dressings is recalling one of its products from some Northern California and Central Valley stores because wrong labels were put on the dressing.

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A company that makes salad dressings is recalling one of its products from some Northern California and Central Valley stores because wrong labels were put on the dressing.

VanLaw Food Products, Inc. says it has begun a voluntary recall of its Valu Time brand Ranch Dressing because the back label was mislabeled as Valu Time Light Ranch Dressing. The mislabeled dressing does not include an egg allergen declaration.

The Fullerton-based company says people who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs run the risk of a serious allergic reaction by consuming the mislabeled product.

A company spokeswoman says about 2,271 bottles of the dressing were distributed to some Save Mart/Food Maxx stores located in Northern California and the Central Valley.

The dressing has a code date of APR 21 11.

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