Chickpea veggie crisps recalled due to undeclared milk presence
Frito Lay has issued a voluntary recall of its "Off the Eaten Path" chickpea veggie crisps due to the unintended presence of undeclared milk ingredients.
According to a press release from the FDA, this happened due to the unintended presence of caramel-seasoned crisps. The recall is the result of an investigation stemming from a consumer complaint.
Consumers could have purchased these products as early as September 13 of 2023. The recalled product was distributed to retailers in several states including both Ohio and Pennsylvania.
The recalled products come in a 6 1/4 ounce bag with the UPC number, 02840020646 and an expiration date of March 12, 2024. The products have one of three manufacturing codes: 55432514MH, 55432516MH or 55432517MH.
While some people can still consume the product with little issue, those with a dairy allergy are at serious risk of a life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume it and are encouraged not to do so and instead throw it away.
At this time, no allergic reactions related to the product have been reported. No other Off the Eaten Path products have been recalled at this time.
If you believe you have a recalled product and have any questions, you can call 1-800-683-7284 between 10:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. eastern time Monday through Friday.
The recalled product is pictured below.