Trader Joe’s Just Recalled This Popular Breakfast Food

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By April Benshosan

If you hit up Trader Joe’s recently, make sure you didn’t toss this recalled food into your basket!

Frying up some breakfast sausage for an extra punch of protein this morning? Stop right there! Trader Joe’s just recalled 3,448 pounds of chicken breakfast sausage because the packages failed to list that they may contain soy lecithin, a popular allergen.

Those who aren’t allergic to soy products can still enjoy the breakfast staple, but if you’re iffy about frying it up, TJ’s announced that you can return it to any Trader Joe’s location for a full refund. If you’re not sure if the pack you purchased is mislabeled, simply look for the code "P-4398," which is located inside the USDA mark of inspection or “SKU# 046618.”

DiLuigi Foods Inc, of Danvers, Massachusetts manufactured the recalled chicken sausages, which were then shipped to 13 of TJ’s Eastern state locations in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, Vermont, and Washington, D.C.

Thankfully, no one has reported adverse reactions to the recalled product, and the packages have been removed from store shelves everywhere. In the meantime, instead of grilling up sausage links, try these 18 High-protein Breakfasts That Keep You Full.


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