Orange Juice Recalled In 6 States Due To Milk-Mixing Error

Certain Lehigh Valley, Swiss Premium and Price Chopper brand orange juice is being recalled after it was discovered that a manufacturing error caused milk -- a potential allergen -- to become mixed with the orange juice, the Food and Drug Administration recently reported.

Lehigh Valley Dairy is voluntarily recalling the products, even though there have been no reports of reactions. Lehigh Valley and Swiss Premium orange juices were sold in West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C. Price Chopper orange juice was only distributed in Pennsylvania.

The products affected by the recall, which all have a sell-by date of March 23, include:

- Gallons of Lehigh Valley (UPC #7047243000), Swiss Premium (UPC #7654500106) and Price Chopper (UPC #4173517135) orange juice.
- Half-gallons of Lehigh Valley (UPC #7047249310) and Swiss Premium (UPC #7654500132) orange juice.
- Half-pints of Lehigh Valley orange juice (UPC #7047243022).

Anyone who has purchased a product affected by the recall can return it for a full refund or exchange; for questions, call 1-800-587-2259.