Reporting Brian Shapiro
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LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Las Vegas food company is recalling nearly 14,000 pounds of lasagna because the packaging doesn’t say it contains soy.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday that West Best Foods, Inc. is recalling 24-pound cases of lasagna with meat sauce and deluxe beef lasagna. The pasta dinners were made between April 13 and May 21.
The packages don’t note that the lasagnas include soy, which is a potential allergen.
USDA officials say they found the packaging problem in a routine inspection, and say it may have happened because of a recipe change.
Inspectors say they haven’t received any reports about consumers having an allergic reaction to the lasagnas.
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