Corn dogs recalled because milk not listed as allergen
Foster Farms of Demopolis is recalling approximately 16,570 pounds of corn dogs because an allergen, milk, was not on the product’s label.
The product subject to the recall is “Foster Farms Honey Crunchy Corn Dogs.” They were sold in 16-count packages weighing 2.67 pounds.
The corn dogs under the recall have the establishment number “P-7322” printed on each box. They also have a use-by date of July 2, 2013, and a time stamp between 6:30 and 8:30.
The product was produced on July 2, 2012, and shipped to stores across the Southeast.
The problem was discovered after a complaint from a customer and may have occurred because of the product being placed in the wrong packaging, according to the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.
There have been no reports of people having allergic reactions to milk after eating the corn dogs.