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Food Lion Recalls Taco Kit For Allergen Issues

The operator of Food Lion, Harveys and Reid's supermarkets said Saturday that it is recalling one production lot of a taco kit because it may contain a milk allergen.

NEW YORK (AP) — The operator of Food Lion, Harveys and Reid's supermarkets said Saturday that it is recalling one production lot of a taco kit because it may contain a milk allergen.

Delhaize Group said the Food Lion store brand hard/soft taco dinner kit is being recalled because there may be a milk allergen in the chicken Caesar-flavored seasoning. The allergen is not mentioned on the packaging of the taco kit and was mistakenly included in the kit by the manufacturer. Delhaize said the stores pulled the product off of its shelves after the error was discovered.

The affected kits have the universal product code 3582605118 and the production lot number ga-aug07125. Delhaize said customers should return the kits for a full refund.

Food Lion has more than 1,100 stores in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions, while Harveys has 73 stores in Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina, and Reid's has 11 stores in South Carolina. All three are affiliates of Delhaize America.

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