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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Sept. 18, 2013 – A limited number of P.F. Chang's Home Menu Pork and Leek Dumpling frozen appetizer sold at retail in 12.5 ounce bags is being recalled due to the possible presence of undeclared allergens, crustacean shellfish (shrimp) and fish (pollock). There have been no reported cases of illness. This recall does not affect any P.F. Chang's restaurants. No other P.F. Chang's® brand products are affected by this limited voluntary recall.
The packaging indicates that the product is distributed by Unilever, based in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, because Unilever produces the P.F. Chang's Home Menu Pork and Leek Dumpling Frozen Appetizers for retail sale by ConAgra Foods.
The following products are subject to recall:
The product is packaged in upright bags with a net weight of 12.5 OZ (354 g) and bears the following lot codes.
The product has the following Use By dates:
The establishment making all affected product:
The products were produced from May 8, 2013 through May 9, 2013 and distributed to retail establishments in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
This product is a food safety concern only for people who are allergic to crustacean shellfish or fish.
The company will work with retail customers to ensure that the recalled products are removed from store shelves. Consumers who purchased this product that are at risk for suffering allergic reactions should not consume it and should call 1-800-282-8070 for product replacement.
The problem was discovered through a consumer complaint. Anyone concerned about an allergic reaction should contact a physician.