Heads Up!  If you've been trying to eat healthier and salads are your go-to, a recall was just issued for a popular salad dressing sold throughout the country, including at stores in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois due to the risk of a life-threatening allergic reaction.

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Recall Issued for Popular Salad Dressings Sold in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois

Conagra Brands, Inc., which owns brands such as Birds Eye®, Duncan Hines®, Healthy Choice®, Marie Callender's®, Reddi-wip®, and Slim Jim®, has voluntarily recalled a variety of the Wish-Bone salad dressings due to a product that was undeclared.

A voluntary recall was issued for the following salad dressings due to the risk of a life-threatening allergic reaction due to eggs that are in the product - Wish-Bone Thousand Island and Chunky Blue Cheese dressing.  Unfortunately, "egg" was not indicated on the product label and poses a risk to anyone who has an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs.

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UPC and Lot Codes of Salad Dressing Recall by Conagra Brands, Inc.

Below are a list of the UPC, lot codes, and photos for the Wish-Bone products that have been recalled:

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12 items that might be hard to find in 2022 due to shortages

Have you noticed any shortages lately while you've been shopping?  According to USAToday.com, there are 12 items that are having a tough time staying on store shelves for consumers.

12 Items That Are Experiencing Shortages in 2022

As you are creating your online grocery order or shopping at the grocery store, you may have already noticed that we are seeing store shelves that aren't quite as full. Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois shoppers are experiencing these shortages as they are out shopping but it has also been noticeable throughout the entire country. According to USAToday.com, the following items could be sparse on store shelves due to a large variety of reasons including some of the following: COVID, global supply chain disruptions, and weather-related events.