Costco Just Issued A Recall For A Popular Soup

Companies recall goods for several reasons, including undisclosed allergies. If you just bought Costco ready-to-heat soup but don't eat gluten, examine your cupboard.

Kettle Cuisine informed Costco customers on Sept. 9 that Kirkland Signature's Chicken Tortilla Soup, labeled "gluten free," was recalled due to gluten contamination. This may harm gluten-allergic people.

The goods were exclusively sold in Northwest and San Francisco Bay Area Costcos. The company's recall advisory states that the soup's cup bears the lot number 1394066 and a "Use By" date of Nov. 23, 2023.

Kettle Cuisine urges gluten-intolerant customers to avoid it. Discard the soup or return it to Costco for a full refund. Kettle Cuisine may be reached at (617) 409-1290 for recall queries.

Additional than Chicken Tortilla Soup, Costco has eliminated additional food products from its warehouses in recent months.

Wawona Frozen Foods and Willamette Valley Fruit Company voluntarily recalled Costco-distributed frozen fruit items in June due to Hepatitis A infection.

Other food retailers have eliminated goods lately besides Costco. Six goods have been recalled by Trader Joe's in two months.

The retail chain recalled Texas Tamale Company's Black Bean Tamales two weeks ago because they may include Hatch Green Chile and Cheese Tamales, which contain milk, a severe allergy.

Trader Joe's removed their Multigrain Crackers with Sunflower and Flax Seeds before recalling the tamales due to metal contamination.

A few weeks before, Trader Joe's recalled their Fully Cooked Falafel, Almond Windmill Cookies, and Dark Chocolate Chunk and Almond Cookies due to rock contamination.

The supermarket store withdrew its Unexpected Broccoli Cheddar Soup a day earlier due to bug contamination.

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