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Texas Produced Okra Is Recalled

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Breaded okra made in McAllen, TX is being recalled because the food contains whey, a milk ingredient, that was not properly labeled.

A frozen food company baed in McAllen is voluntarily recalling its breaded okra because the food may contain whey, a milk ingredient. Magic Valley Fresh Frozen Inc. makes okra under the HEB label and sells in Texas grocery stories.

The 24-ounce and five-pound breaded okra bags under the HEB brand label were made from July 1, 2010 to Jan. 31 of this year.

No one has reported an allergic reaction because of the okra.

If you bought this product, you can return it to the store you purchased it from for a full refund. Click here to see a list of UPC codes that have been recalled.

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