People with an allergy or sensitivity to wheat need to be careful of these Doritos.
When we think of party chips, Doritos undoubtedly make the list. From the classic Nacho Cheese and Cool Ranch to any next new Doritos flavor, a bag of Doritos is a must-have in any pantry. But consumers with wheat or soy allergies should be wary of the latest batch of Doritos nacho cheese.
Frito Lay Announce call From thousands of bags of Doritos due to allergy concerns due to cross contamination. This comes on the heels of another recall due to allergy concerns affecting classic Lays chips.
What caused Doritos Recall?
According to the ad, about 7,000 bags of nacho cheese-flavored Doritos chips contain undeclared ingredients of soy and wheat, thanks to cross-contamination from Doritos sweet chili tortilla chips. Nacho cheese chips may contain a handful of sweet chili ingredients. Hence, unauthorized allergens. If people who are allergic or sensitive to wheat or soy eat the chips, they may be at risk of getting sick.
These infected cysts were distributed in Pennsylvania to retail stores and in vending machines. Consumers could have purchased it as early as June 29, 2023.
How do I know if I have a product recalled?
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Here’s how to tell if you’ve had a Doritos recall:
- Doritos Nacho Cheese Tortilla Bags have an UPC code of 0 28400 09089 6 and a guaranteed fresh date of September 26, 2023.
- Doritos Nacho Cheese Flavor Tortilla Bags 14.5 Ounce have a UPC Code of 0 28400 51779 9 and a Guaranteed Fresh Date of September 26, 2023
What do I do if I have an affected product?
It might be time to switch to off-brand Doritos. Fortunately, no allergic reactions have been reported in connection with Doritos so far. But, if you have an infected product, and also have an allergy or sensitivity to soy or wheat, toss the bag. If you don’t have a food allergy, potatoes are safe to eat — hello, Doritos Chicken Tenders.
If consumers have any additional questions, they can contact Frito-Lay Consumer Relations Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CST at 1-800-352-4477.