P.F. Chang's Recalls Frozen Dumplings

Some packages of frozen pork dumplings do not say the product could contain shellfish.

Wednesday, Sep 25, 2013  |  Updated 4:41 AM PDT
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P.F. Chang's Frozen Dumpling Recall

P.F. Chang's is recalling some frozen food sold under its brand name in stores after concerns of exposure to shellfish.

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P.F. Chang's is recalling some frozen food sold under its brand name in stores over concerns about exposure to shellfish.

The recall does not affect any offerings at P.F. Chang's restaurant chains, just the frozen food brand in grocery stores.

The company is recalling its Home Menu Pork and Leek Dumping frozen appetizers because the package contains no warning that the dish may contain shellfish.

Some people could have fatal allergic reactions to shellfish.

Use by dates on the packages that are being recalled state either MAY082014 or MAY092014. For more identifying information, click here for the FDA site.

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