FDA warns – Batch of private-label Holiday Nog sold in United Dairy Farmers stores recalled due to undeclared egg

Prairie Farms, Dairy, Inc. has announced a voluntary recall that covers a certain batch of its private-label Holiday Nog, made available in United Dairy Farmers stores from December 4th to December 6th, 2023, due to potential undeclared egg, reports the FDA.

Produced and manufactured by the company out of Edwardsville, Illinois, officials say the batch in question may have labeling that does not indicate the presence of the allergen. Those who are allergic or severely sensitive to egg are urged not to consume the product, as they could suffer a major allergic reaction.

After learning of the issue, the company has urged for the removal of all potentially affected Holiday Nog from retail shelves. Shoppers should be advised that no other United Dairy Farmers Holiday Nog product is covered under this recall.

An photo of the product is provided in the FDA communication: a 1/2 gallon with a green lid and distinguished by a green, white and red label bearing the image of a cow’s head. The affected product number and lot number, respectively, is 7631005049 and 21-65, with a code date of 12/19/2023.

Although Prairie Farms Dairy, Inc. has not received any reports of illness in connection to the problem, consumers who may have an impacted product in their possession are asked to take it back to the point of purchase to receive a complete refund.

Questions may be directed to the company’s Consumer Relations team, toll-free, at 1-800-833-1177. The company can also be reached at 618-659-5700 for direct concerns.


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