Caesar Chicken Wraps Recalled for Possible Food Allergy
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
Harris Teeter, LLC has issued a voluntary
recall of their Everroast Chicken Caesar Wrap because it may contain undeclared
anchovy in it. This poses a risk to consumers who have a sensitivity or
severe allergy to fish by causing a severe or life-threatening allergic
reaction by consuming this product. The Caesar Wrap was prepared in various
Harris Teeter supermarket delis in multiple states. The company reported
that there have not been any illnesses reported. The company has removed
the product from the deli after discovering the issue and urges all consumers
who have an allergy issue to return to any store for a full refund.
Consumers are protected by product liability laws. These laws help hold
companies responsible for any injuries or illnesses that their products
can cause. Hundreds of consumers head to emergency rooms each year to
treat injuries sustained due to faulty or defective products. Even minor
injuries can require medical care which means consumers will be billed
for those services. Anyone who experiences problems with a product should
contact the company directly. Often they are not aware of any issues until
consumers complain or alert them. Next, you should contact a product liability
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the company in question.
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