Over 16,000 Bags of Veggie Crisps Recalled Nationwide Due to Undeclared Allergen

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Reviewed by Dietitian Emily Lachtrupp, M.S., RD

Frito-Lay just announced a recall on 16,100 bags of Off the Eaten Path Chickpea Veggie Crisps across the country, according to the Food and Drug Administration. This is due to an undeclared milk allergen in the product.

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Courtesy of Brand

The 6.25-ounce bags were recalled after a consumer complaint of an “unintended presence” of caramel seasoned crisps, a product that contains milk, mixed in the chickpea veggie crisps. The affected products have a “use by” date of 12 MAR 2024 and have one of the following manufacturing codes: 55432514MH, 55432516MH or 55432517MH.

There are 26 states impacted by this recall through retail sale, and the veggie crisp products were sold online nationwide. Check your pantry as soon as possible to see if your snack has been affected. If so, dispose of the product immediately or return to your place of purchase.

As of today, there are no allergic reactions connected with this recall. However, those with a milk allergy or sensitivity are at risk of experiencing a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product. If you’re showing symptoms of anaphylaxis after eating these crisps, including (but not limited to) difficulty breathing, hives, nausea or vomiting, or tightness in the throat, call 911 immediately.

For questions regarding this recall, contact Off The Eaten Path Consumer Relations at 1-844-683-7284 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CST, Monday through Friday.

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