Following the Sept. 6 recall for Udi’s hamburger buns from Conagra Brands because they may be contaminated with plastic, Hy-Vee has recalled several ready-to-eat chicken and beef products because they may contain a milk allergen that was not declared on the label.

The recall affects about 6,233 pounds of chicken and beef products produced on Sept. 7 and 8. Included in the recall are:

  • Hy-Vee mealtime Mongolian Style Beef, which was sold in 20-ounce plastic packages with lot codes of 19250 and 19251 and a Best If Used By date of 09/14/19 and 09/15/19.
  • Hy-Vee mealtime Beef With Broccoli, which was sold in 20-ounce plastic packages with lot codes of 19250 and 19251 and Best If Used By dates of 09/14/19 and 09/15/19.
  • Hy-Vee mealtime Cashew Chicken, which was sold in 20-ounce plastic packages with lot codes of 19250 and 19251 and Best If Used By dates of 09/14/19 and 09/15/19.
  • Hy-Vee mealtime Sweet Orange Chicken, which was sold in 20-ounce plastic packages with lot codes of 19250 and 19251 and Best If Used By dates of 09/14/19 and 09/15/19.
  • Hy-Vee mealtime General Chicken, which was sold in 20-ounce plastic packages with lot codes of 19250 and 19251 and Best If Used By dates of 09/14/19 and 09/15/19.
  • Hy-Vee mealtime Sesame Chicken, which was sold in 20-ounce packages with lot codes of 19250 and 19251 and Best If Used By dates of 09/14/19 and 09/15/19.

Labels of the recalled chicken and beef products can be viewed here.

The affected chicken and beef meals also have an establishment number of EST. 51558 or P-51558 inside the USDA mark of inspection. The recalled chicken and beef products were shipped to retail locations in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

Consumers are urged to check their refrigerators and freezers for the recalled chicken and beef meals. They should not be consumed. They should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

Questions about the recall can be directed to Hy-Vee Customer Care Representatives at 1-800-722-4098.

The company has not received any reports of adverse reactions due to the consumption of the recalled chicken and beef meals. Individuals that are concerned about illness or injury from the affected chicken and beef products should see their healthcare provider.

The milk allergen was discovered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) during in-plant verification activities.

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