Bringing Home Bacon? Beware Of This Food Recall!
proteins derived from a major food allergy. “The Big Eight” consists of these foods: soybeans, eggs, milk, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, fish, and shellfish.
Soy allergy is a very common food allergy. Soy is produced from soybeans and can be found in a variety of meat products, chocolate, breakfast cereal, Asian foods, artificial flavorings, and baked goods. To date, there have not been any reports of any illnesses or allergic reactions from eating the Blue Grass Quality meat products. Symptoms of a soy allergy may include the following:
-Hives, rashes or itchy skin
-Anaphylactic shock is rare
The company has urged retailers to not sell these meat products. If you have purchased any of them, throw them away or return them to the retailer for refund or exchange. If you suspect that you may be having or have had an allergic reaction after consuming these soy-containing products, contact your doctor. Your doctor may order a skin allergy test along with prescribing medication to ease your symptoms.
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