Product recall of food sold at Williams-Sonoma

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(Food & Drug Administration) Premier Foods, LLC of Santa Fe Springs, CA is voluntarily recalling four flavored sauces due to the failure to declare the following allergens on the product labels: milk, soy, and/or wheat.  The products were sold at Williams-Sonoma.  People who have allergies to milk, soy, and/or wheat run the risk of serious or life-threatening reactions if they consume products containing these ingredients.  Recalled products are identified as follows:


Williams-Sonoma Brand Product Unit Size Undeclared Allergen(s)
Meyer Lemon Braising Base  12 – 1 lb. 8.5 oz. Retail units/case Milk, Soy, Wheat
40 – Clove Garlic Chicken Braising Base 12 – 24.5 oz. Retail units/case Milk, Wheat
Tagine Sauce 12 – 16 fl. oz. Retail units/case Milk, Wheat
Artichoke Pecorino Sauce 12 – 16 fl. oz. Retail units/case Soy


The products came in clear, glass jars. They were sold with product labels as listed above.

Premier Foods, LLC immediately segregated its entire inventory of recalled products and has notified Williams-Sonoma directly. Consumers who have purchased the products should stop using them and return them to Williams-Sonoma for a full refund.

1 Comment

  • uhavnoclu

    They should recall all the scam health food crp…….I live on a junk food diet for years now,hey courtey and morning fitness crew,i gotcha beat.

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