The companies behind Red Robin Burgers and Brews Crispy Onion Rings have announced a recall and allergy alert over a milk ingredient that is not disclosed on the food’s packaging.
In Lamb Weston’s official statement about the recall, the company stressed that these onion rings are not sold in Red Robin restaurants but are only available in supermarkets.
Nevertheless, people with a dairy allergy or a sensitivity to milk ingredients could risk a life-threatening reaction by consuming the onion rings.
The exact product being recalled is:
- Red Robin Burgers and Brews Crispy Onion Rings with UPC 0 43301 61119 3 and sell-by dates of Sell By OCT 28 2018 and Sell By OCT 29 2018
Four package codes are covered. Those are:
- 6906711831 HH:MM
- 6906711841 HH:M
- 6906711931 HH:MM
- 6906711941 HH:MM
Neither Lamb Weston nor the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, has logged any reports of anyone experiencing an adverse event after consuming the foods.
This recall was apparently prompted by a mix-up at the manufacture’s facility. That company has been identified as Fry Foods.
And as always, if you have any of this product on hand you’re asked to return it to your place of purchase for a refund.