Van’s Foods sells a lot of waffles to people who are allergic to gluten or milk. One problem, though: more than 1,500 recently-distributed cases of Van’s Gluten Free Waffles are, in fact, full of gluten and milk.
The Tyson Foods (TSN) subsidiary also makes regular, gluten-tastic Homestyle Belgian Waffles, and it seems there was a mix-up in the packaging. So a recall is underway.
According to the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Van’s is voluntarily recalling 1,584 cases of gluten-free waffles that were distributed to retailers in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin.
Here’s what to look for to check whether a particular pack of Gluten Free Waffles in fact contains Belgian Waffles: a best-before date of August 22, 2018, and a product lot label reading #A640234710–WL2.
The FDA noted that Van’s had not yet received any reports of people having adverse reactions. However, anyone who bought the mispackaged packs should call the company on1-866-886-8456 to find out more or claim their money back.