Product Alerts and Recalls

Naturesplus Keto Living Sugar Control

Natural Organics, Inc., is voluntarily recalling four lots of NaturesPlus Keto Living Sugar Control Capsules 90 count, because it was found to contain gluten. 

The listed products were distributed nationwide to consumers, retail stores and to the following foreign countries: Kenya, Spain, Trinidad, United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom.

The capsules are packaged in white jars and black caps; with labels having orange, white and black print bearing the product codes, lot numbers and “Best By” or “BBE” (Best Before End) dates are printed on the bottom of the bottle. The lots affected are:

  • NATURES PLUS KETO LIVING SUGAR CONTROL CAPSULES, 90 CAPSULES, Product No. 82004, UPC Code 097467820043, Lots 1362073, Best By 10/2025 and 1365200, Best By 10/2025; and
  • NATURES PLUS KETO LIVING SUGAR CONTROL CAPSULES, 90 CAPSULES, Product No. Ue82004, UPC Code 097467820043, Lots 1361754, BBE 10/2025 and 1364325, BBE 10/2025

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Dole Fresh Takes Chicken Caesar Salad

Safeway Fresh Food, LLC is recalling ready-to-eat salad containing chicken because it contains undeclared allergens (anchovies, egg, and wheat).

The RTE Chicken Caesar Salad products were produced April 19, 2022. The following product is subject to recall [view labels]:

  • 13.6-oz. plastic bowl containing “Dole FRESH Takes CLASSIC CHICKEN CAESAR SALAD” with a use by date of 05/05/2022 and lot code S109000 1, located at the top of the front label.

The products subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. 40283” inside the USDA mark of inspection. These items were shipped to distributors in Maryland and Virginia and then further distributed to retailers in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.

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Red Curry Grain Bowl and Barcelona Vinaigrette Grain Bowl

Produce Packaging, Inc. of Willoughby Hills, OH is voluntarily recalling its Red Curry Grain Bowl and Barcelona Vinaigrette Grain Bowl. These are being recalled because they contain an undeclared allergen (wheat), that was not listed on the product label. 

The potentially affected products were distributed to retail stores in Ohio and Illinois.

Retail customers can identify the products via the “best if used by” dates of 4/12/22 – 4/20/22.

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Salsa Texan Tortilla Recall Expanded

The Salsa Texan of Flower Mound, Texas is voluntarily recalling all regular and burrito sized packages of tortillas labeled as Coconut Flour Tortillas and Blended Flour Tortillas because they may contain undeclared wheat and milk. 

The recalled tortillas were distributed nationwide through the mail, following orders made via the social media platforms, Facebook and Instagram. The recalled tortillas were also sold at various Farmers Markets in Texas.

The recalled products come in a clear plastic package marked with The Salsa Texan on the top or may be sold unlabeled. There are no best by dates or lot codes applied to the recalled product, therefore consumers should consider all Salsa Texan flour tortillas to be included in this recall.

Customers with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity have confirmed illness following consumption of the recalled tortillas. Distribution of the tortillas have been suspended until the FDA and the company are certain that the problem has been corrected.

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Agata & Valentina Bread

Gluten-Free Watchdog issued this warning for the store Agata & Valentina in NYC after learning that several products made in-house were misbranded under the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act. Wheat starch-based Caputo gluten-free flour was used in these products, but wheat was not declared on the label, in either the ingredients list or a separate Contains statement. 

Click here to learn more. GF Watchdog updated to say the label had been corrected at the end of April.

OCHO Candy no longer certified GF

OCHO Candy recently announced that, "Even though we do not add gluten-containing ingredients currently to our products, we are going to be making some in the future, and we have chosen to no longer be gluten-free certified." Learn more here.