Kroger Wings recalled for missing allergen labeling

From the Georgia Department of Agriculture:

Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin is alerting consumers to the recall of some Kroger Buffalo wings that were produced beginning last summer in July and packaged without allergen labeling for milk, soy, and wheat.

The 32-ounce bags of "Kroger, FULLY COOKED, BUFFALO STYLE CHICKEN WINGS, CHICKEN WING SECTIONS COATED WITH SAUCE" were produced in a Texas Pilgrim's Pride plant beginning July 25, 2008 through June 8, 2009.

Milk, soy, and wheat are known potential allergens that can cause serious and life-threatening allergic reactions.

Each printed plastic bag bears an embossed establishment number "P7091A," "P73477" or "P13485A" near the zip seal on the packages as well as the USDA mark of inspection. Each bag also bears the "Best By" date of "JUL 25, 2009" through "JUN 8, 2010", a UPC code "0 11110 97158 6," and Julian dates of "8207" to "9159."

The product was shipped to Kroger® stores nationwide.  No illnesses due to consumption of the product have been reported.

Consumers with questions should contact Kroger® Consumer Relations at (800) 632-6900.