Schwan’s Recalls Spinach + Artichoke Dip Made In Minnesota
A popular ready to eat dip manufactured by a Minnesota company is being voluntarily recalled. Fairmont Foods, Inc. has issued the recall for their Schwan's Brand Spinach and Artichoke Dip due to an undeclared allergen included in a specific lot.
At issue is soy and wheat ingredients that have the potential to cause serious and even life threatening allergic reactions for people who are sensitive to those ingredients. At this time there have been no reported medical issues related to the spinach and artichoke dip product; Fairmont Foods, Inc. and Schwan's is recalling the product under an abundance of caution.
The recall was issued immediately after the company discovered that it had used the incorrect packaging.
According to details shared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the recalled product is delivered to consumers in a brown corrugated box that has red lettering saying "Schwan's Brand Spinach and Artichoke Dip - Net weight 24 ounces (1lb 8oz) 60 og". The box contains two bowls of the dip product inside. The number "#802" and the Product Information Code "P82013 XXX" are located on the side of the packaging.
The Fairmont Foods, Inc. company distributed the recalled food product to "the lower 48 states through Schwan's home delivery network". According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the "recalled product was not sold in retail stores".
Customers who believe that they have the recalled food product are urged not to consume it. They're asked to "destroy the product" and contact Schwan's for a full and complete refund.
Additional questions and concerns may be directed to Fairmont Foods, Inc. - John Heuer, Executive Vice President: 507-238-9001, extension 6125.
For almost 70 years, Schwan's has provided home delivery and sales of frozen foods to customers throughout the United States. The company is family owned and operated and is based out of Fairmont, Minnesota.