Company recalls Michiana vending machines food

MICHIANA – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Friday that a vending machine product was recalled due to an unnamed allergen.

A company called NuVue Foods, based in Michigan, is recalling hundreds of pounds of ready-to-eat chicken burritos.

The recall came after complains that the “18th Street Deli Farmers Burritos,” containing eggs, were mistakenly labeled as “18th Street Deli Chicken Burrito”.

The recalled food is the 6 ounce individually wrapped packages of “18th Street Deli Chicken Burrito” with expiration dates of 11/12/18 and 11/14/2018.

The products were placed in vending machines in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

Some of the product may have ended up in consumers’ refrigerators and the company warned everyone to check labels before consuming the products.

Anyone who has the mislabeled product can return them to the place they were purchased or simply throw them away.

Further questions about the recall can be answered by emailing or calling NuVue Foods at 1-800-498-3354.

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