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Lotte Margaret Brand Korean Cracker Recalled Due to Undeclared Ingredients

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Wang Globalnet, in conjunction with the FDA, is recalling all 19 gram packages of Lotte Margaret Brand Korean Cracker because they contain undeclared ingredients. The ingredients that were not listed on the label are eggs, peanuts, and milk allergens. People who are allergic or sensitive to these foods run the risk of experiencing serious or life-threatening allergic reactions if they consume this product.

The product comes in a 19 gram cardboard box marked with item#: 00438 on the top and a code date of 08.08.06.B2 stamped on the side. The recalled packages of Lotte Margaret Brand Korean Cracker were distributed nationwide in retail stores.

The product was discovered after the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food Inspectors had the crackers analyzed by the Food Laboratory. The analysis revealed the presence of eggs, traces of sliced peanuts, and milk powder that were not included on the label.

So far there have not been any reports of illness or allergic reactions reported to the company or the FDA.