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A Whole Foods Salad Dressing Recall Is Expanding

A salad dressing sold at Whole Foods is being recalled due to misbranding.

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VanLaw Food Products has announced a recall of salad dressing it makes under the Whole Foods Market 365 label.

The Whole Foods Market 365 Organic Creamy Caesar Dressing is being recalled because it contains soy and wheat, which are allergens. The label, however, does not declare those ingredients. That misbranding could be dangerous for individuals with an allergy or severe sensitivity to those ingredients, the company notes in its recall notice.

The company originally recalled some of its Whole Foods Market 365 dressing toward the end of August. This new recall is an expansion of the original one. The expanded recall now includes Caesar dressings with a best if used by date of September 21, 2022, through June 06, 2023. Those carry an incorrect UPC code of “99482-49027.” The original recall hit bottles with the best-by date of April 06, 2023.

The bottles, according to the original recall, were distributed to Whole Foods locations in Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

If you have the dressing at home, the company recommends you throw it out or return it for a refund.

Looking for more recall information?

We’re always looking out for food safety alerts. For up to date information on food and drink products that have been recalled, check out this page, which is updated regularly.

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Dustin Nelson is a Senior Staff Writer at Thrillist. Follow Dustin on Twitter.

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Mad Mex’s New Menu Item Is Inspired by a Popular Mexican Street Food

mad mex chicken al pastor

Mexican restaurant chain Mad Mex has dropped a new protein, and it’s one of the most popular street foods in Mexico.

Enter, Chicken Al Pastor. It’s traditionally made with pork and grilled on a spinning rotisserie with a pineapple sitting a top, but Mad Mex has put its own spin on it, serving chicken bathed in an Al Pastor marinade with a touch of juicy pineapple.

You can order the protein-packed filling in your favourite burrito, bowl, quesadilla, nachos, or in a taco.

As always, these things are here for a good time, not a long time. Pop into your local Mad Mex restaurant, order delivery or through the Mad Mex app today.

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