According to the USDA, certain Healthy Choice Power Bowls are being recalled because their labels were incorrect and they contain allergens that were not disclosed.
The goods in question have the label 9.25 oz Healthy Choice on them. In reality, the POWER BOWS Korean-Style Beef comprise a chicken, sausage, and pepper product that also includes milk as an ingredient.
The items have a “best if used by” date of April 18, 2023, as well as a lot code that reads “5246220320,” indicating that they were manufactured on July 22, 2022. On the end flap of the carton is also printed the number “34622,” which is the establishment number.
The items were distributed around the country.
Valley International Cold Storage Acquisition of Harlingen, Texas, which produced the product, notified the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service that it had received consumer complaints that the Korean-Style Beef cartons contained a chicken-based product. According to the USDA, the problem was discovered when Valley International Cold Storage Acquisition notified the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service that it had discovered the problem.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) claims that there have been no documented complaints of adverse effects due to the eating of these goods. Anyone who is worried about themselves or someone else should get in touch with a healthcare provider.
Consumers who have already purchased these goods are strongly warned not to consume them, as stated by the USDA. These items ought to be discarded or brought back to the store from whence they were purchased.
In the event that any customers have inquiries regarding the recall, the Conagra Consumer Care line can be reached at (800) 672-8152.