Over 30,000 burritos have been recalled because they contain undeclared allergens.
Over 30,000 burritos have been recalled because they contain undeclared allergens. Creative Commons
Over 30,000 burritos have been recalled because they contain undeclared allergens. Creative Commons

30,000 pounds of frozen burritos recalled

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