Doritos Chips Recalls Thousands of Bags

In Pennsylvania, thousands of packs of Doritos Nacho Cheese Tortilla Chips have been recalled due to mislabeling. The Nacho Cheese-flavored chips may include unlisted chemicals from Doritos' Sweet Spicy Chili chips, which may induce serious or life-threatening allergic responses in customers. 

The recalled chips may include soy and wheat ingredients that are not listed on the label. Those who are allergic or sensitive to wheat or soy should avoid eating the chips. 

Less than 7,000 bags of 14.5- and 1-ounce Doritos Nacho Cheese Flavored Tortilla Chips delivered and sold in Pennsylvania are subject to this recall. The recalled Doritos were accessible at retail outlets, food service establishments, and vending machines as early as June 29.

UPC: 0 28400 09089 for a 1-ounce bag 6 With a guaranteed fresh date of September 26, 2023, and a manufacturing code/time stamp of 465218034 X 22:47 - 22:54, this item is guaranteed fresh.

UPC: 0 28400 51779 14.5 oz. bag 9 Guaranteed Fresh Date of September 26, 2023, and one of the following Manufacturing Codes/Time Stamps: 465218037 X 22:47 - 22:59 or 465218137 X 23:00 - 23:06 This recall does not affect any other Frito-Lay or Doritos products.

While no adverse reactions have been documented, you should avoid the Doritos if you have a soy or wheat allergy or sensitivity. Instead, throw them away or return them to the store where you bought them. 

If you do not have these food allergies, you may consume the Doritos since they are only being recalled for the allergy notice. Frito-Lay Consumer Relations may be reached at 1-800-352-4477 if you have any concerns about the recall.