Dino nuggets are a popular food staple for families to keep in their freezer. It's an easy, fun food that kids love ... and something that's easy for mom and dad to prepare for lunch (or dinner).
But there's a hidden ingredient in these favorites that could be potentionally harmful to your child.
You wouldn't think you'd have to worry about your child's milk allergy when you give them some dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets, but the company Yummy Yummu Dino buddies chicken breast nuggetshas issued a voluntary recall because it may contain undeclared milk.
"For those who don't have milk allergies, the nuggets are 100 percent safe," the company saidin a statement. No matter where the nuggets were purchases, the company urges consumers to return the box for a full refund (or throw them away).
So far, no one has reported any injury or illness from eating the nuggets.
The nuggets affected had a UPC product code of 6456322607. If the nuggets in your freezer have this product code, it's especially important to get rid of them if your child has a milk allergy.
The company is working on fixing the problem, so your family's favorite nuggets will be soon be safe to consume — with or without a milk allergy.