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RECALL: Pringles Original Crisps May Contain Milk

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DETROIT (WWJ) – If you’ve popped, you might want to stop…especially if you have a milk allergy.

Pringles is recalling some of their five-point-six-eight ounce cans of its Original crisps. The snacks may have been inadvertently exposed to seasoning containing milk.

Milk isn’t listed as an ingredient so those with sensitivities or allergies will want to check the serial number on their purchase of Pringles.

There haven’t been any adverse reactions or illnesses reported.

The recalled product is marked on the bottom of the can with a UPC code of 38000 84496 and best by date of 12/26/2014, with the manufacturing code L 3269KT70 that ends with four numbers ranging from 0830 to 0930.

No other Pringles products in the U.S. or outside the U.S. are part of this voluntary recall.

Consumers with questions may contact the Consumer Response Center using the Contact Us feature on www.Kelloggs.com or by calling at 1-800-568-4035 from Monday – Friday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern Time.

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