Salad Dressing Sold at Aldi Stores Is Being Recalled

Treehouse Foods has announced a recall of salad dressing. (Yes, there are multiple salad dressing recalls at the moment, which is strange.) The recall is on a single lot of its Restaurant Style Italian Dressing, which is sold under the brand name Tuscan Garden. Some of the bottles in this lot may contain Asian Sesame Dressing instead of the dressing listed on the label. The Italian Dressing contains egg and dairy, but Asian Sesame Dressing also contains the allergens soy and wheat. Those ingredients are not listed on the label due to the misbranding.
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Salad Dressings Sold At Aldi Recalled Over 'Life-Threatening' Allergy Risk

A company is voluntarily recalling certain salad dressings sold at Aldi stores nationwide due to a mix-up with labels that may prompt "life-threatening" allergy risks. The problem with TreeHouse Foods' Tuscan Garden-branded Restaurant Style Italian Dressing was discovered after the company received two complaints "at the store level," according to the announcement on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website.
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