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Pork and leek dumplings recalled due to unmentioned ingredients

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Certain pork and leek dumplings distributed by ConAgra have been recalled due to crustacean and pollock ingredients that were not mentioned in the packaging, the Huffington Post reported on Thursday, September 19.

According to reports, the PF Chang’s Home Menu Pork and Leek Dumplings contains crustacean and pollock ingredients that were not listed in the packaging may cause health problems for people who are allergic to these ingredients. Although there have been no reports of illnesses  linked to the recalled frozen dumplings that were sold in 36 states in the U.S., people who are allergic to crustacean and pollock are advised not to eat the dumplings.

ConAgra is already coordinating with other retailers to immediately remove the said items from their shelves.

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