Thousands of packages of Pennsylvania-made stuffing are being recalled in a dozen states from Florida to New Hampshire.
The U-S Food and Drug Administration says labels on the 129-thousand packages don't point out that they may contain wheat and dairy products.
Here's the name of the product: Martin's Famous Dutch Taste Potato-bred Soft Cubed Stuffing. It's made by the Martin's Famous Pastry Shoppe company in Chambersburg P-A and the packages are marked with sell-by dates of February First to March 22nd next year.
The government says there have been no reports of anybody getting sick.
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