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NEW YORK— Whole Foods has issued a recall because of a wrong label. ​

The company is recalling ten ounce packages of asparagus, pea, and ricotta salad— which are actually frittatas containing asparagus sun dried tomatoes, and swiss cheese.

The company recalled the product because frittatas contain eggs— and people with egg allergies run the risk of serious or life-threatening reaction.

The product was produced at the Whole Foods Market North Atlantic Kitchen in Everett, Massachusetts.

No illnesses or reactions have been reported.​

The frittatas were sold in New York City, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

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