Leek and noodle fried dumplings recalled

May 01, 2008

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the recall of 1,000 cases of Leek and Oriental Noodle Fried Dumplings because of a labeling error.

The FDA said the manufacturer, Pulmuone Wildwood Inc. of Fullerton, Calif., initiated the recall because the product contains egg that was listed as "Albumen" in the ingredient statement, but was not declared on the allergen statement.

The Leek and Oriental Noodle Fried Dumplings were sold in California, Illinois, Texas and Georgia retail stores in a white resealable 25.4-ounce pouch with a UPC of 801114-306338 and the code dates "2/2/2009," "2/9/2009" and "3/6/2009".

Consumers with questions can contact the company at 714-578-1487.

Copyright 2008 by United Press International

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