KFC recalls dessert due to potential defective product injury to allergy sufferers

by fpw | April 24th, 2008

April 24, 2008

The FDA reported that Kentucky Fried Chicken has recalled one its desserts due to mislabeling and the risk for defective product injury to patients who suffer from food allergies.

KFC’s Double Chocolate Chip Cakes have been nationally recalled for potential defective product injuries because the product may contain amounts of egg, wheat, milk, and soy ingredients, as well as tree nuts, and the products are not individually labeled with ingredients listed to help people with food allergies avoid the ingredients.

People with allergies to these products could suffer severe or life-threatening illnesses if they consume the cakes.

One defective product injury, an allergic reaction, has been reported because of the KFC dessert.

Products without proper ingredients listing could cause Texas defective product injuries.

Read more:  http://www.fda.gov/oc/po/firmrecalls/kfc04_08.html