Some Marco Polo Shrimp Snacks Are Recalled

WASHINGTON, April 5 (UPI) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Golden Pacific Foods Inc. of Chino, Calif., is recalling Marco Polo-brand shrimp snacks due to a labeling error.

The FDA said the shrimp snacks, sold in original, onion and garlic, and barbeque flavored varieties, might contain undeclared milk and soy, posing a risk of serious or life-threatening reactions for people allergic to milk or soy.


All of the recalled products have an expiration date of “08-13-10″ or earlier printed on the upper right corner of the bag.

Consumers can return the recalled Marco Polo shrimp snacks for a refund or contact the company for additional information at 909-464-1122.

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