Tostitos avocado salsa recalled for incorrect label that does not include allergen information

The Frito-Lay Company issued a recall last week for some 15 oz. Tostitos Avocado Salsa Jar Dips that may have been incorrectly labeled.

Those voluntarily recalled dips may have a milk allergen in them that was not declared on the label, according to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration release from June 16. People who are allergic or have a severe sensitivity to milk could experience a serious or life-threatening reaction if they eat the dip.

The front of the recalled dip jar is correctly labeled as Tostitos Avocado Salsa, but the back of the jar is labeled with a different product’s nutrition information and does not have milk allergen information included.

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No other Tostitos products have been recalled and no allergic reactions to the dip have been reported as of June 21. The release states that if a person has an allergy to milk or a severe sensitivity to it, the dip should be thrown away immediately.

The dip was distributed nationwide at retail stores and e-commerce channels, and people could have bought the product as early as April 5.

Any person with questions on the recall can contact Frito-Lay Consumer Relations at 1-800-352-4477.

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