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New Seasons Market Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Egg in Packaged Macaroni and Cheese

For Immediate Release

December 29, 2017





New Seasons Market has initiated a voluntary recall of its New Seasons Market Grab and Go pre-packaged Macaroni and Cheese because it may contain undeclared egg. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs run the risk of an allergic reaction if they consume this product.

An employee noticed the mislabeled packages during a routine stock rotation check. New Seasons Market Macaroni and Cheese normally contains eggs, but eggs were accidentally left off the ingredients list and the β€œcontains” allergens statement on the label.

The recall affects customers who purchasedthe product at New Seasons’ 21 locations in Oregon,Washington and Northern California with Packed On dates between 12/19/2017 and 12/28/2017 and Sell By dates up to 1/02/2018.

The voluntary recall is limited to the macaroni and cheese packaged in a metal container with a clear plastic lid, with the product codes listed below. Customers can find the UPC Code beneath the bar code and the Sell By Date on the top right side of the product label. No other production codes, sizes or varieties of New Seasons Market Macaroni and Cheese were affected by this recall.

Product Name

UPC Code

Sell By Dates

New Seasons Market Macaroni and Cheese

252089 203999 
252090 706991

Up to Jan 02, 2018

There have been no reports of illness to date, but to ensure customer safety, New Seasons is urging customers with any egg health concerns or allergies to return or dispose of the recalled New Seasons Market Macaroni and Cheese for a full refund. Receipts are not required for the return. New Seasons is standing by to answer customer questions at its stores or via email:


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