WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Minnesota company has recalled certain breakfast products due to a failure to identify monosodium glutamate (MSG) as an ingredient on the product labels, the Department of Agriculture said on Wednesday.
The USDA said in a statement that 101,629 pounds of “Breakfast Stackers Sausage, Egg & Cheese” pastries and biscuits were recalled by Lettieri’s Foods, Inc. after a routine label inspection.
No adverse effects due to consumption have been reported, and the recall has been classified as a Class 3 recall, meaning there is no adverse health consequence to using the product.
The breakfast products were distributed to California, Florida, Minnesota, North Carolina, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Colorado, and Washington.
Reporting by Wendell Marsh; Editing by Jerry Norton