Kroger Co. has recalled 32-ounce bags of Kroger fully cooked Buffalo-style chicken wings from stores in several states because of incorrect package labeling that could endanger people with certain allergies. The Cincinnati-based grocer says the wings may contain undeclared allergens such as wheat, soy and dairy that could cause a life-threatening allergic reaction to individuals sensitive to any of these allergens.
The recalled wings were sold at some Kroger stores in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Texas, Louisiana, Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Arkansas, Mississippi, Illinois, Missouri, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama and Michigan. They also were sold at Food 4 Less, King Soopers, Smith’s, Jay C, Fry’s and Dillons stores.
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