Ukrop's Recalls Two Mislabeled Soups

By Boomer Staff | February 6th, 2017

Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods LLC has voluntarily recalled two of their soups because of mislabeled ingredients.

As a result, Martin’s has removed Ukrop’s brand chili flavored soup with beans and chicken and the brand’s chili flavored soup with beans and beef. Both products are being recalled because they may contain the allergens wheat, milk and soy, which were not stated on the items’ labels. The products are safe to eat for consumers without allergies to any of the unlisted ingredients.

There have been no known cases of illnesses associated with these products, according to multiple news reports.

The affected items are only ones with a net weight of 24 ounces and labeled with a sell-by date of 2/18/17. Products without the aforementioned sell-by date or net weight should be labeled correctly.

According to news reports, customers will receive a refund for returning any affected products to the store.

Contact Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods, LLC with any questions or concerns about the recall at 804-340-3000.

More from Boomer

Woman reading a book outside by a pond. By Valmedia Creatives. Becoming healthier can seem intimidating, but these 10 easy, healthy actions to do regularly can make a world of difference. Image

10 Small, Healthy Actions You Can Do for You

By Alex Richards & Maggie Seaver, RealSimple.com | January 27, 2023
Moist, dense Chocolate Peppermint Cake is studded with chocolate-covered peppermint patties. Crushed peppermint candy adds crunch and a festive touch to the topping. Image

Chocolate Peppermint Cake

By Diane Rossen Worthington | January 25, 2023