A company announced Tuesday that it is recalling a packaged pasta dish sold at HyVee grocery stores in eight Midwestern states.
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Gilster-Mary Lee Corp. of Chester, Ill., said it was recalling HyVee Hamburger Chili Macaroni Skillet meals produced at a plant in Steeleville, Ill., because of undeclared milk in the product. Milk can be dangerous for people with allergies or high sensitivity to milk.
Iowa-based HyVee has recalled a pasta product from its shelves over the “undeclared milk” it was using to make it.
The recall applies to lots packaged in 5.2-ounce cartons with a best-before date of February 8, 2024. The food was sold at HyVee and Dollar Fresh Market stores in Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
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People can return packages for return to HyVee stores or discard them.
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Hy-Vee West is headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa.