Another food allergen has forced a recall for mislabeling, this time from Taylor Farms Texas Inc. The company has recalled approximately 1,079 pounds of Caesar salad with chicken for a possible anchovy’s allergen. The salad was misbranded, and anchovies were not declared on the product label.

The recalled Caesar salad was produced on May 8, 2019, and packaged in a 9.75-ounce plastic package. The packaged was labeled as H.E.B. SHAKE, RATTLE & BOWL CAESAR SALAD with CHICKEN. It has a Best By date of MAY 18 2019 on the label.

The affected salads also have an establishment number of EST P-34733 inside the USDA mark of inspection. The salads were shipped to retails locations in Texas.

A label of the recalled salad can be viewed here.

Taylor Farms discovered the issue when the salads were being unpackaged to display on store shelves. The company has not received any reports of adverse reactions due to the recalled salad. Consumers concerned about illness from the affected salads should contact their healthcare provider.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is urging consumers to check their refrigerators for the recalled salads. They should not be consumed. They should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

Questions about the recalled salad can be directed to Kelsey Adams, quality analyst at Taylor Farms Texas Inc. at 214-565-4847.

Caesar Salad Caesar salads with chicken were recalled by Taylor Farms Texas Inc. for a possible anchovy allergen that was not declared on the label. View of Caesar salad finished dish during Chef Michael Lomonaco's The Name Game class at The 8th Annual New York Culinary Experience Presented By New York Magazine And The International Culinary Center - Day 1 at New York Culinary Experience on April 16, 2016 in New York City. Photo: Getty Images/Neilson Barnard