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Walmart supplier recalls potato chips over undeclared allergen

Better Made Snack Foods Inc. said March 21 it is recalling about 660 bags of its Original Potato Chips as these may contain undeclared milk, posing a danger to consumers with allergies.

The Walmart Inc. snack supplier found sour cream and cheddar-flavored chips in the bags, which contain milk, instead of the original potato chips. The affected 10-ounce packets, which were sold in Walmart and other stores, have a use-by date of Aug. 10 and do not mention milk as an ingredient.

Consumers who have purchased the chips can return these and receive a full refund. Better Made said no illnesses were reported related to the incident.