Allergy Alert on Toi Sauce Thai Red Curry Issued by Redmond Washington Company
Rikki USA, Inc. is re-issuing a recall on its Toi Sauce Thai Red Curry (Panang) for undeclared shrimp in one of the sub ingredients. According to the company, a label made by an outsourced company, SIAMRICA Co, failed to warn of shrimp ingredients in the red curry paste. People with severe allergies to shrimp may consume this product and suffer a severe allergic or even fatal reaction.
Shellfish allergies are a comparatively common food allergy. People with shellfish allergies may experience severe allergic reactions to shrimp and other shellfish products. The primary defense for people with common food allergies is avoidance of allergens. Failure to disclose allergen information in ingredient labels may lead to personal injury and even death.
The sauce being recalled was distributed in and around the following locations:
- Whole Foods, Redmond WA
- Food Emporium, WA
- Bridgeport Village, OR
- New Seasons Market, OR
- Other retail markets through Mile Post 65 in Washington
Toi Sauce Thai Red Curry is packaged in a 12 oz. glass bottle with a bright orange label. The lot number for the bottles is 940509. Consumers who purchased this product are urged to return it to where they bought it for a full refund. To find out more about this recall issued in order to protect itself from dangerous product liability, please call SIAMRICA Co. at 1-866-707-4554.
If you or a loved one was physically affected by the mislabeling of this product, you may have legal recourse to collect damages. To find out more about your legal options, please contact the learned personal injury attorneys at Schlichter, Bogard & Denton, LLP.