Dried Mango Packets Recalled Over Labelling Issues & Sulfites Presence Across US

TRUONG GIANG DISTRIBUTOR CORP, based in Philadelphia, PA, is issuing a recall for Golden Owl Dried Mango due to the potential presence of undeclared sulfites. Consuming these products can pose a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction for individuals with an allergy or severe sensitivity to sulfites.

The product was widely available in retail stores across the country.

The product comes in clear plastic containers weighing 7 oz (100g), with the UPC 816710-024461 printed on the left side.

There have been no reported illnesses so far.

A recall was initiated due to the discovery of sulfites in the product during routine sampling by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets. The packaging of the product did not disclose the presence of sulfites. Further investigation reveals that the issue stemmed from a temporary malfunction in the supplier’s labeling procedures.

Customers who have bought the product are advised to return it to the place of purchase in order to receive a complete refund. For any inquiries, customers can reach out to the company during business hours at 215-456-1883, from Monday to Friday, 8AM to 5PM EST.

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