If you don't have allergies or sensitivies to milk, then the most recent recall of a salad dressing won't affect you. But if you do, be aware that Newman’s Own Inc. announced the voluntary recall of Newman’s Own Lite Honey Mustard Dressing because it contains undeclared milk.
People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of a serious or life threatening allergic reaction if they consume the Newman’s Own Lite Honey Mustard Dressing with the affected time code. No other Newman’s Own products or flavors are impacted.
The products are sold in retail stores in the Eastern to Midwestern US. The affected packages are 16 fl. oz. bottles of Newman’s Own Lite Honey Mustard Dressing that have a sell-by date of 16 OCT 13 M with a time stamp from 12:47 – 13:30 and UPC code of 0 20662 00292 1. The sell-by date is located on the neck label of the bottle. Only the product with time codes from 12:47 to 13:30 are affected.
No complaint of illness has been reported to date.
The recall was initiated after it was discovered that Newman’s Own Lite Honey Mustard Dressing was labeled with an incorrect back label that did not list the allergen milk. Consumers with any product noted above can return the product to retailer for a full refund, or contact Newman’s Own Inc.