When people hear the words "product recall," they usually think it's as a result of E. Coli or salmonella or some other bacteria that's making people sick.

Products can also be recalled due to mislabeling though, especially as related to food allergens. Although wheat, soy or peanuts won't make most people sick, they can cause serious problems in a person with a food allergy.

Kraft Heinz Company, the maker of Lunchables, announced yesterday that it is recalling Ready-to-eat Lunchables Ham and American Cracker Stackers because it failed to declare wheat and soy, two of the top eight allergens, on the labels.

If this is something you or your family have concerns about, check out the USDA website for more information.

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