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FDA alert: if you have this common salad dressing, throw it away now

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has added a new product to its bulletin. If you own this salad dressing throw it way.

A new listing on the Food and Drug Administration website has revealed a new recall for a common salad dressing.

According to the new listing on the bulletin, the company Litehouse Inc is voluntarily recalling its Brite Harbor Caesar Dressing & Dip 1.5 oz pillows. The reason for the recall is that the product may contain undeclared anchovies, which could pose a serious threat to someone who is allergic to anchovies.

At the moment, there have been zero reports of any illness linked to the recalled product. In total, 225 cases of 60/1.5 oz Brite Harbor Caesar pouches have been distributed in a number of different states. In the entirety of this article, you will find the states where the product was sold, the Best Used By date, and the lot code.

Recalled Product:

Best Used By Date:
03 071321
Lot Code:
16002
States:
Washington
Oregon
Idaho
Utah

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