Ruffles Recalls ‘All Dressed’ Potato Chips
Frito-Lay has issued a voluntary recall on one of its more-popular brands of potato chips. According to details released by the United States Food and Drug Administration, Ruffles All Dressed potato chips are being voluntarily recalled due to undeclared allergen concerns. Milk is the specific ingredient involved.
The problem stems from the discovery that certain bags of Ruffles All Dressed potato chips were accidentally filled with another flavor of potato chips; that inadvertent switch could lead certain people who have milk sensitivities or allergies exposed to the undeclared milk ingredient.
No medical issues or allergic reactions have been reported at this time in connection with the potato chips. However the Frito-Lay company is taking the precautionary measures to maintain that there are no serious effects. It's also worth noting that the recall doesn't involve any other variety of Ruffles brand chips or any other Frito-Lay product. It's also worth making note of the fact that the affected Ruffles All Dressed potato chips were shipped to Sam's Club warehouses.
Here are the specific details about those potato chips included in the recall:
- Product Description: Ruffles All Dressed Potato Chips
- Distributed To: Sam's Club warehouses for shipment to local stores
- Bag size: 16 1/8 ounce
- UPC Code (listed on the back of the bag): 28400 56520
- Code Date: "Guaranteed Fresh" date of 1 JUN 2021
- Manufacturing Codes: One of three: 373205510, 473305610, 473105610
Consumers who believe that they have the recalled potato chips in their possession are being directed to contact the Frito-Lay Consumer Relations hotline: 1-800-352-4477, which is available Monday through Friday - 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM.