The company has recalled its cheese ravioli because it’s not safe for kids with egg allergies.

By Hollee Actman Becker
March 20, 2017
Recall Front Label Gerber Pasta Pick ups Cheese Ravioli

My kids were OBSESSED with Gerber Ravioli Pasta Pick Ups when they were little. So much so, that we brought them with us to every restaurant. And yes, they ate them straight out of the container, cold. Go ahead and judge if you want, but it made taking our kids out to dinner a snap.

If your children are into these things and they have an egg allergy, however, you’re gonna want to toss them. Because Gerber recently issued a recall of its cheese raviolis since some of the packages were mislabeled.

Here’s what you need to know: According to the company, the Cheese Ravioli Pasta Picks Ups contain egg, even though the ingredient is not listed in the “Contains” statement on the label. As a precautionary measure, Gerber has voluntarily removed the product from retail and online stores until labels are updated. But if your little one has an egg allergy, you should check your kitchen cabinets and pantry for the item ASAP.

Recall Gerber Pasta Cheese Ravioli Ingredients

“As a dad, I understand that giving your little one the best is the most important thing,” wrote Gerber president Bill Partyka in a statement. “I sincerely regret this oversight on our label and want to reassure you that we are taking action.”

For more information, please visit the Gerber website. If you have any further questions, contact the company at 1-800-510-7494.

Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and mom of two who writes about parenting and pop culture. Check out her website for more, and then follow her on  Instagram and  Twitter.