32,000 pounds of Bella Rosa Grated Parmesan Cheese recalled due to undeclared egg allergen

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FAIRFIELD, N.J. — More than 30,000 pounds of Bella Rosa Grated Parmesan cheese are being recalled by a New Jersey company because it may contain an undeclared egg allergen. People with egg allergies run the possibility of serious or even deadly allergic reactions if they consume this product.

Arthur Schuman Inc. has recalled a stock of their Bella Rosa  grated Parmesan cheese products that are identified by the “Sell by Dates” of July 13, 2015, August 17, 2015, and September 10, 2015 — with UPC number 088231410041 located on the lid.

The FDA reports that the voluntary recall was proposed after it was discovered that product containing egg lysozyme was packaged without declaration on the label.

Vice President of Arthur Schuman, Malin Belicek, assured PIX11 that they “are doing this from the abundance of caution, keeping our customer’s safety in mind.”

The product, sold exclusively to BJ’s Wholesale Clubs, was available in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Ohio.

Anyone who has purchased this product may return it to any BJ’s Wholesale Club store for full refund.

Customers with any question should contact Arthur Schuman directly at 973-787-8840.

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