The hand pies sold in Kroger stores across the region are being pulled due to unauthorized egg allergens. Hand pies sold in Kroger stores throughout the Cincinnati area have been pulled due to unauthorized egg allergy. O Pie O Bakehouse announced the voluntary recall Friday, saying the chicken pot pies and Sagg Paneer hand pies may contain eggs.
While, after this investigation the Company officials said the ingredient label did not mention egg allergens. Company officials said these hand pies were sold for nearly two years, between March 10, 2019 and April 7 this year.
They were sold at Kroger locations in Oakley, Hyde Park, Kroger on the Rhine (Downtown), Western Hills, Corville, Anderson, Harpers Point, Liberty Township, Kyle Station, Pickett Ridge, Coleraine, Harrison, Dent, Amelia, Lebanon and Marymont.
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Officials at O Pie O said the problem was discovered during an inspection by the Ohio Department of Agriculture. There have been no reports of illnesses involving the products that were consumed in the recall, however, people with egg allergy or severe egg allergy are at risk of developing a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product. Individuals who exhibit signs or symptoms of a foodborne illness or allergy should contact a physician immediately. Customers with egg allergy who have purchased the affected product must throw it away or return it to O Pie O Bakehouse for a refund. Now, what is your take on this? Let us know in the comment section below!