A Brooklyn company is recalling bags of golden raisins because they might contain undeclared sulfites, a potential source of allergic reactions.
Shata Trading Inc. says the Three Rivers Brand Golden Raisins were distributed in New York state in clear plastic 400-gram bags.
The recall was the result of sampling by the state Department of Agriculture and Markets. No illnesses or allergic reactions had been reported as of Thursday.
Sulfites can cause severe reactions in some people with asthma and anaphylactic shock in others sensitive to the chemicals.
Consumers may return the raisins to stores for full refunds.