Recall: Trader Joe’s gluten-free battered fish contain wheat, milk


Recall: Trader Joe’s gluten-free battered fish contain wheat, milk
More than 350 cases of the store’s gluten-free battered halibut was mislabeled. (Source: FDA/CNN)

(CNN) - Trader Joe’s is recalling some packaged fish that could cause problems for people with certain allergies.

More than 350 cases of the store’s gluten-free battered halibut was mislabeled.

The packaging failed to list milk or wheat as allergens. These ingredients could cause life-threatening responses in people with severe allergies to them.

No illnesses from consuming the product have been reported.

The fish is packaged by Seattle-based Orca Bay but branded as Trader Joe’s and sold in the grocery chain’s stores.

Customers who bought the fish may return it to Trader Joe’s for a full refund.

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