T. Marzetti Co Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Milk and Egg in Single-Serve Larosa's Creamy Garlic Salad Dressing due to Label Issue

The dressing was manufactured correctly and has always contained milk and egg; however there was an error in labeling. People who have an allergy to milk and eggs run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.

(FDA) The T. Marzetti Co of Columbus, Ohio is voluntarily recalling 627 cases of LaRosa’s Creamy Garlic Dressing in 1.5 oz packets because the product contains milk and egg allergens that are not declared on the packet label. The dressing was manufactured correctly and has always contained milk and egg; however there was an error in labeling. People who have an allergy to milk and eggs run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.

LaRosa’s Creamy Garlic Dressing in packets was distributed primarily in the greater Cincinnati, OH area with limited distribution Columbus, OH, Northern KY, and Southeast Indiana. Product was distributed exclusively through LaRosa’s Pizzeria Restaurants.

The product is labeled LaRosa’s Pizzeria Creamy Garlic Dressing in a single serve 1.5oz packet with the UPC code 70200 80109.

Restaurant Item Description UPC Number on Packet Use By Date
LaRosa’s Creamy Garlic 1.5 oz packet 70200 80109 UB051615C
LaRosa’s Creamy Garlic 1.5 oz packet 70200 80109 UB052915C

This recall was initiated after incorrect packaging was discovered at a LaRosa’s Restaurant. No illnesses have been reported to date. The product in question has been removed from the restaurants. Consumers with questions may contact the T. Marzetti Co at: 1-800-999-1835.

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