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Michael Foods Recalls 2.3 Tons of Liquid Egg


The M.G. Waldbaum subsidiary of Michael Foods is recalling 2.3 tons of liquid egg products due to misbranding.  According to a USDA-FSIS release, the product contained milk, an undeclared allergen.  There have been no reports of adverse effects.


To their credit, management at the Gaylord, MN. plant determined that an the error had occurred following an audit of packing material that denoted an excess of ‘breakfast blend scrambled egg’ cartons compared to a deficit of ‘whole egg with citric acid’ containers. 


Since the product was packed in 32-ounce cartons under the Fair Meadow ‘whole-eggs with citric acid’ pack, distribution was to food service and restaurants, limiting potential consumer exposure.