Breaded Seafood Recalled for Allergen Risk

Breaded calamari rings are being recalled because the breading could have been cross contaminated with peanut products, causing a serious allergen risk.

King & Prince Seafood of Brunswick, Ga., is recalling its Breaded Calamari Rings because the soy flour could have been contaminated during the manufacturing process. Because peanuts are not listed as an ingredient, eating the food could cause a severe allergic reaction, including death, among peanut allergen sufferers.

The recalled products include:

Mrs. Friday’s Breaded Calamari Rings, 4/2.5#, UPC code 10041338578028

Mrs. Friday’s Italian Calamari Rings, 4/2.5#, UPC code 10041338578004

Mrs. Friday Breaded Italian Calamari Rings, 6/2#, UPC code 10070017412100

“The product comes in 10-pound boxes as marked with the product numbers 057802 and 057800, and also in 12-pound boxes marked with the product number 041210. Date codes involved would be all date codes in inventory,” according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

So far, no illnesses or allergic reactions have been reported in connection to this recall.

As a Seattle foodborne illness attorney, I urge consumers to throw out this product or return it, especially if a family member or loved one has a nut allergy. For more information, contact K&P Customer Service at 1-800-632-5464 between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00 pm EST Monday through Friday or email [email protected], for a product return authorization.

If you have been injured by a recalled product, contact a personal injury lawyer in Seattle.