After an early-May recall for Nabisco Ritz crackers because of an undeclared peanut allergen, Nestle Prepared Foods Company has recalled 29,002 pounds of frozen Lean Cuisine meals for an undeclared soy allergen.

The affected frozen meals include Lean Cuisine Fettuccini Alfredo, which inadvertently contains chicken, which was not declared on the ingredient label. The recalled Lean Cuisines were sold at retail locations nationwide.

The Lean Cuisine meals were produced and packaged on April 22 and sold in a 9 ΒΌ ounce cartons labeled as Lean Cuisine Favorites Fettuccini Alfredo Tender Pasta With Creamy Cheese Sauce. The product has lot codes of 0113587812 A, 0113587812 B, 0113587812 C, or 0113587812 D and a date of May 2021 on the side label.

The recalled meals also have an establishment number of P27333 printed on the package next to the lot code. Labels of the recalled Lean Cuisine meals can be viewed here.

Consumers should check their freezers for the recalled frozen 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 Nestle Prepared Foods Company at 1-800-993-8625.

Nestle discovered the issue when it received multiple complaints from consumers that the frozen meals were mislabeled. The company has not received any reports of adverse reactions from the recalled Lean Cuisines. Consumers that are concerned about illness or injury from the product should see their healthcare provider.

Lean Cuisine Lean Cuisine frozen meals have been recalled for a soy allergen. Frozen dinners. Photo: Getty Images/Catherine Scola