Popular Frozen Pizza, Calzone hit With Recall


White Rabbit Pizza, a U.K.-based brand of readymade pizzas and calzones, was recalled on May 25th. Announcement of the Food Standards Agency (FSA).. The pizzas were advertised as vegan. However, it turned out that the pizzas contained milk as an unintentional ingredient. If the product is consumed, it could cause a milk allergy or sensitivity. People who are vegans should avoid dairy products.

The recall covers White Rabbit Smokin Vegan Gluten-Free Pizza (353g); White Rabbit Vegan Gardener Gluten Free Pizza (340g); White Rabbit Chick’n Arrabbiata Pizza (370g); and White rabbit Chick’n & Pesto Calzone (290g). The affected products have a Use-By date of May 30 to June 4.

All batches codes for the affected products are included in the recall. Consumers who purchased the recall product should contact allergy support organizations. They will also inform their family members. White Rabbit and FSA issued a notice for retailers to use to notify their customers. This notice Here are the detailsIf consumers have milk allergies or eat vegan food, they are asked not to consume the product. For a full refund, the packages can be returned to their place of purchase.

All over the world, vegan products have been recalls for inadvertently including milk. In April, the Australian company Coles Supermarkets recalled its Coles Organic Unsweetened Coconut Milk since it included real milk. Note that vegans are not allowed to drink milk. The Spruce Eats. People who follow a vegan diet tend to consume dairy alternatives. This is because milk comes from cows, while vegans avoid meat and other animal products.

Earlier this month, TJX Companies recalled vegan chocolates sold at TJ Maxx and HomeGoods stores because they contained milk. Pimlico Confectioners Vegan Fine Hazelnut Truffles, Keats London Vegan Hazelnut Dark Chocolate and Keats London Vegan Irish cream Truffles were included in the recall. All products were labeled. “Dairy-Free,”However, an investigation revealed a manufacturing error.

Undeclared milk ingredients can be harmful to people with milk allergies. According to the The American Academy of Pediatrics, a milk allergy is the most common food allergy in children. Mayo Clinic. Consuming milk can cause a reaction. Wheezing, itching, hives, swelling of the throat, tongue or lips, coughing and vomiting are all possible symptoms. Other symptoms like abdominal cramps and runny noses or diarrhea that could include blood can take longer to develop. Anaphylaxis may be caused by milk in some cases. This requires immediate medical assistance.