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If You Bought This Popular Snack, the FDA Says to "Discard It" Now

Best Life Logo By Sarah Crow of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: You might want to pass on serving popcorn at your next movie night. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just announced a major recall on a popular brand of popcorn. Read on to discover if the snacks in your pantry are destined for the trash. And if you want to play it safe, If You Have This Vegetable in Your Fridge, the FDA Says Get Rid of It.On Jan. 25, the FDA announced the voluntary recall of one particular lot of Bickel's Snack Foods' 8-oz. Butter Flavored Popcorn. The popcorn subject to the recall was packed incorrectly and may contain milk, although its packaging makes no mention of the potential allergen. As such, anyone with milk allergy or sensitivity "could experience a serious or life-threatening reaction if they consume this product," the recall notice explains.The recalled popcorn, which was sold exclusively at Publix stores in Georgia and North Carolina, is printed with UPC code 70175 06021 and has a use by date of March 29, 2021, as well as bearing the letters Z1 E1. If you have the affected popcorn at home, the FDA recommends either throwing it away or returning it to Publix to receive a refund of your purchase.The recall is just the latest in a long list of products being pulled from grocery store shelves recently, however. Read on to discover if other foods in your kitchen should be tossed, too. And while you're clearing out your fridge, If You Have This Milk at Home, the FDA Says Get Rid of It Now.Read the original article on Best Life.

If You Bought This Popular Snack, the FDA Says to "Discard It" Now

You might want to pass on serving popcorn at your next movie night. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just announced a major recall on a popular brand of popcorn. Read on to discover if the snacks in your pantry are destined for the trash. And if you want to play it safe, If You Have This Vegetable in Your Fridge, the FDA Says Get Rid of It.

On Jan. 25, the FDA announced the voluntary recall of one particular lot of Bickel's Snack Foods' 8-oz. Butter Flavored Popcorn. The popcorn subject to the recall was packed incorrectly and may contain milk, although its packaging makes no mention of the potential allergen. As such, anyone with milk allergy or sensitivity "could experience a serious or life-threatening reaction if they consume this product," the recall notice explains.

The recalled popcorn, which was sold exclusively at Publix stores in Georgia and North Carolina, is printed with UPC code 70175 06021 and has a use by date of March 29, 2021, as well as bearing the letters Z1 E1. If you have the affected popcorn at home, the FDA recommends either throwing it away or returning it to Publix to receive a refund of your purchase.

The recall is just the latest in a long list of products being pulled from grocery store shelves recently, however. Read on to discover if other foods in your kitchen should be tossed, too. And while you're clearing out your fridge, If You Have This Milk at Home, the FDA Says Get Rid of It Now.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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