BROOMFIELD, Colo. (AP) — WhiteWave Foods is recalling some of its soymilk because it may contain almond milk.
People with an allergy to almonds could suffer a life-threatening reaction if they consume the product.
The company said Monday that no injuries have been reported.
WhiteWave is recalling half-gallon containers of its Silk Light Original soymilk sold in 17 states following a packaging problem. Fewer than 21,402 half-gallon units were shipped to retailers and wholesalers in Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
Consumers may return the recalled product for a refund or exchange or contact the company at 1-866-663-4349.
WhiteWave's Silk Light Original soymilk is being recalled in at least 17 states. Consumers are being urged to return the product or contact the company. Having an allergy risk to almonds could prove life-threatening to Whitewave soymilk drinkers.