Herr Foods Recalls Bags of Gluten-Free Sour Cream and Onion Chips for Containing Wheat

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The potato chip company mislabeled the bags as gluten-free
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Those with celiac disease are advised to not eat these chips.

Some bags of Herr’s potato chips are being recalled because they were incorrectly labeled as gluten-free.

Herr Foods is based in Pennsylvania and announced on their website that they are voluntarily recalling bags of gluten-free sour cream and onion potato chips because they contain wheat and wheat is listed as an ingredient on the back panel packaging.

Those who have celiac disease — an intolerance to gluten — are advised to not consume these chips and should return it to the store for a full refund.

The bags involved in the recall are sold in 1.875-ounce bags and were distributed nationwide through retail stores, retailers, and internet sales. None of the chips were sold as individual bags and no other bagged chips are affected by this recall. All other bags of sour cream and onion chips are safe to consume.

The “Guaranteed Fresh Until” dates of the recalled bags are January 2, 2016 up to and including January 30, 2016.

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