Recalls & Alerts

Product Recalls and Alerts

Fresh Express Southwest Chopped Kit has been recalled due to undeclared wheat and other allergens. The recalled product was distributed between June 12 and June 18 in the states of Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. Click here for more information

Captain Rusty's Seafood Dips have been found to contain undeclared allergens including wheat. The recalled Captain Rusty’s Seafood Dips were distributed in South Florida, Sarasota, FL., Tampa, FL. and Lorida, FL. through distributors and retail markets. Click here for more information. 

Gourmet Warehouse Ernest Hemingway Feast & Rum Runner Marinades are labeled gluten-free but list wheat as a sub-ingredient in soy sauce. Click here to read more

Flintstone's Complete Caplets recently underwent a change in ingredients, are no longer labeled gluten-free and have a "Contains Wheat" statement. Click here to learn more. This serves as a good reminder to always check labels, even on products you have been buying for years.


Labeling Alerts

FDA Response to Labeling Concerns: In last month's NCA News, we issued a call to action asking you to comment on the FDA policy allowing manufacturers to make substitutions to certain ingredients without changing the labeling. Gluten-Free Watchdog, together with NCA and other organizations, reached out to the FDA with this letter. You can read the FDA's reply here.

Here are recommendations for food manufacturers. The FDA also offers FAQs regarding this temporary policy here.

FDA Action Alert: See Gluten-Free Watchdog's plea asking the FDA to take action when manufacturers use fermented and hydrolyzed wheat or barley ingredients in labeled gluten-free foods.