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Minn. Company Recalls More Than 17,000 Pounds Of Frozen Pizza

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A central Minnesota pizza maker is recalling more than 17,000 pounds of frozen pizza products after they failed to put a known allergen in the pizzas on the label, the Department of Agriculture says.

Junction Pizza, of Grey Eagle, is recalling about 17,194 pounds of frozen pizza containing soy lecithin, a known allergen, the Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Friday. The mislabeling was found during a routine inspection.

Junction Pizza failed to list soy lecithin on the following products:

— 30.5-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Italian Sausage Thick Crust”
— 20-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Italian Sausage Thin Crust”
— 31.5-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Bacon Cheeseburger Thick Crust”
— 23-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Bacon Cheeseburger Thin Crust”
— 32-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Canadian Bacon Pineapple Thick Crust”
— 22.5-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Canadian Bacon Pineapple Thin Crust”
— 29-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Breakfast Pizza”
— 29.4-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Pepperoni Thick Crust”
— 18.9-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Pepperoni Thin Crust”
— 31-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Canadian Bacon Thick Crust”
— 35.1-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Chicken Alfredo Thick Crust”
— 24.6-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Chicken Alfredo Thin Crust”
— 39-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, BBQ Chicken Thick Crust”
— 24.6-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, BBQ Chicken Thin Crust”
— 31.3-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Bacon Chicken Ranch Thick Crust”
— 20.8-ounce packages of “The Junction Pizza, Bacon Chicken Ranch Thin Crust”

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