Market Basket Recalls White Albacore Tuna
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Market Basket Voluntary Recall on White Albacore Tuna Fish

Market Basket Tuna Fish Recalled Due to Unlisted Ingredient

All Market Basket locations in Massachusetts as well as New Hampshire have issued a Voluntary Food Recall on 5 ounce cans of Market Basket White Albacore Tuna Fish in Water.  The reason for the recall is due to the mislabeling of soy that may be contained in the tuna.  Soy is not listed as a possible allergen in the tuna and therefore, Market Basket feels that the product should be pulled from shelves. The soy in the product comes from the vegetable broth that is used in the product.  Consumers should either discard cans or return cans with a “best if purchased by” date of August 18, 2014 and August 19, 2014 for an exchange or full refund at any Market Basket location.  So far there have been no reports of people affected by this recall.

If you have any questions or you or a loved one is a victim of an item that was recalled, contact the law office of ‌‌‌‌Mazow|McCullough, P.C. for a free consultation and to learn more about your legal options.  You can contact us at (978) 744-800 or [email protected].

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