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Unlisted egg product leads to dumpling recall
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Commissioner of Agriculture Tommy Irvin is alerting Georgians with an allergy or sensitivity to eggs about the recall of a type of fried dumpling.

Pulmuone Wildwood, Inc. of Fullerton, Calif., is recalling 1,000 cases of Leek and Oriental Noodle Fried Dumplings because they may contain eggs without properly listing them on the label. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.

The dumplings contain egg which was listed as “Albumen” in the ingredient statement but was not declared on the allergen statement.  

The recalled dumplings are packaged in a white resealable 25.4 ounce pouch with the UPC code 801114-306338 and the Code dates 2/2/2009, 2/9/2009 and 3/6/2009. They were distributed in California, Illinois, Texas and Georgia through retail stores.

The labeling issue was reported to Pulmuone Wildwood, Inc. upon receipt of the product.  Investigation indicates that the problem was cause by a breach in communication with the supplier regarding product formulation and packaging information. No other food products are involved.

No illnesses have been reported to date.

Consumers who have purchased Leek and Oriental Noodle Fried Dumplings or have questions are urged to contact Annie Chon at (714) 578-1487 or