Krunchers! Recalls Jays Original Potato Chips

December 6, 2010
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Krunchers! Inc. recalled all of its Jays Original potato chips that were produced out of its Jeffersonville, Ind., headquarters plant. The recall is the result of seasoning containing a milk allergen in an Original potato chip bag; the 12-oz. bags do not display a milk allergen warning. 


Krunchers! Inc. recalled all of its Jays Original potato chips that were produced out of its Jeffersonville, Ind., headquarters plant. Consumers who purchased Jays Original potato chips are urged to return the bags of chips to the place of purchase for a full refund. The recall is the result of seasoning containing a milk allergen in a 12-oz. Original potato chip bag.

In the meantime, all remaining Krunchers! and Jays products are unaffected.
 
Consumers with questions are urged to contact Krunchers! Inc. at 800-233-7125 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. EST. The product can be identified by a code in the upper right-hand corner of the bag reading JAN16CA542011.

Krunchers! Inc. notified customers and is in the process of pulling products from retail stores. The company also is working with the Food & Drug Administration to conduct the recall. No illnesses have been reported.

Jays Original potato chips are distributed throughout the Midwest in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois. Krunchers! Inc. is a division of Snyder’s of Hanover, based in Hanover, Pa.
 

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