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Gerber Pasta Pick Ups Recalled
Kids love the Gerber Ravioli Pasta Pick Ups.
If your children do, and they have an egg allergy, you’re may want to get rid of them. Gerber recently issued a recall of its cheese raviolis as some of the packages were mislabeled.
The company says that the Cheese Ravioli Pasta Picks Ups contain egg, even though the ingredient is not listed in the “Contains” statement on the label.
As a precaution, Gerber has voluntarily removed the product from retail and online stores until their labels have been updated. If your little one has an egg allergy, you should check your kitchen cabinets for this item.
Gerber president Bill Partyka wrote in a statement “As a dad, I understand that giving your little one the best is the most important thing,” He noted that “I sincerely regret this oversight on our label and want to reassure you that we are taking action.”
Please visit the Gerber website for further information on the recall. If you have any further questions, contact them at 1-800-510-7494.