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September 17, 2001

New World Pasta Recalls Albertson's Pasta Ribbons

Harrisburg, PA (SafetyAlerts) -The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network announced that New World Pasta Company is voluntarily recalling 16-oz. packages of Albertson's Pasta Ribbons because the product contains undeclared egg.

The packages bear a UPC number of #41163 47343 and a code date of "Best By Apr 27 03."

The product was distributed to Albertson's Inc. for sale in California.

Upon notification, Albertson's acted to immediately remove all affected product from its California stores, however it is possible some customers may have purchased the product prior to the recall. The product affected is packaged in 16 oz. bags marked with UPC number 41163 47343 and code dates of 'Best By Mar 29 03' or 'Best By Apr 27 03'. Consumers with packages of Albertson's Pasta Ribbons marked with the affected UPC number and code date are urged to return them to Albertson's for a full refund. This recall does not include other pasta products by Albertson's that have product names, UPC numbers or code dates which differ from that described above

Consumers who have purchased the product may return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.

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