Undated (AP) -- A company is recalling a frozen pasta product because it contains eggs not listed on the packaging.
Pierino Frozen Foods says the 24-ounce packages of "jumbo shells with cheese" were sold in 11 states, including Ohio.
The company says people who have an allergy to eggs run the risk of serious or life-threatening reactions if they eat the product.
Pierino says it's aware of one confirmed reaction reported by a consumer.
(For more information, consumers may call 313-928-0950.)
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