FDA warns – 20 oz packages of King Kullen Broccoli Cutlets with Bread Crumbs and Parmesan recalled

According to the FDA, 20-ounce packages of “King Kullen Broccoli Cutlets with Bread Crumbs and Parmesan” have been recalled by New Haven, Connecticut-based Gracie’s Kitchen due to the potential presence of undeclared sesame and wheat.

Individuals who live with allergies to either allergen are advised against consuming the products to avoid the risk of a major or life-threatening allergic reaction.

The April 12, 2024 recall covers “Broccoli Cutlets” that were distributed to select King Kullen Grocery stores in the following cities across Long Island, New York: Manhasset, Center Moriches, Bay Shore, Bridgehampton, Shirley, Garden City Park, Eastport, and St. James.

Packaged in a 20-ounce, oven-safe tin with a clear dome top, affected units bear a printed UPC (Universal Product Code) of “0 8531610145 0” and a sell-by date that falls within the 4/14/24 to 4/21/24 range. As seen in the product photo attached to the FDA announcement, both the UPC and the sell-by date can be found printed on the package’s top panel.

While Gracie’s Kitchens has not received any reports of illness related to the issue, anyone who may have purchased a 20-ounce package of “King Kullen Broccoli Cutlets with Bread Crumbs and Parmesan” is asked to return the item to the point of purchase to obtain a complete refund.

Further questions may be directed to the company at 203-773-0795, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time, or via email at info@gracieskitchens.com.


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