The labeling on Gourmet Boutique breaded Italian chicken cutlets and High Liner Foods 18-piece Price Chopper fish sticks sold at all 136 Price Chopper locations fails to mention the products may contain milk, posing a safety risk to people who are lactose intolerant or have other dairy allergies.

Price Chopper says the foods do not pose any additional safety risk, and should be harmless to people without food allergies.

The chicken was sold from February 6 to June 9, and has a product code of 22609-7000. The fish sticks have a code of 41735 03402.

Consumers who purchased any recalled products should discard them immediately or return them to the nearest Price Chopper or Market 32 for a full refund.

To date, no injuries or illnesses have been associated with the recall.

Source: NBC Connecticut

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