The company behind the Chef Luca’s brand, Italian Gluten Free Food Cl, has issued an allergy alert and recall for its Chef Luca’s Lasagna Al Forno – Baked Cheese Lasagna product because it–as the company put it in its press release–may contain an undeclared egg ingredient.
Covered by this recall are 4 lot codes. Those are:
- Lot Number 0387 – Expiration Date: (02/07/2018)
- Lot Number 0527 – Expiration Date: (02/21/2018)
- Lot Number 0547 – Expiration Date: (02/23/2018)
- Lot Number 1147 – Expiration Date: (04/24/2018)
Each product is packaged in a 15-ounce package with a black and gold cardboard sleeve. Each package will also bear this production code:
The company says that it discovered the omission of eggs on the packaging only after a customer reported suffering an anaphylaxis reaction. That customer, says the company, was successfully treated.
The recalled lasagna was available on popular supermarkets in several states:
- New Jersey
- New York
- Washington, D.C.
Stores which are known to have stocked the food include:
- KeHe Distributors
- River Valley Foods
- Uncle Giuseppe’s
The company says that production has been suspended, pending both an in-house review and a look from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or FDA.
If you have any of the recalled lasagna you are urged to return them to your place of purchase, where you will, of course, be given a full refund. And if you would like more information about this recall you can speak to a customer representative by calling 1-800-498-8911 during normal business hours.