At least nine food producers and one grocery chain have voluntarily recalled products due to misbranding and undeclared milk. The products range from pork sausage to ready-to-eat breaded chicken to pasta, and all include the same ingredient: bread crumbs. In total, at least 3.7 million pounds worth of food products were recalled.

Most of the recalls note that the process was started following a warning from an unnamed supplier that an ingredient contained undeclared milk. This creates a fairly large issue for food producers, as milk requires a Class I recall under U.S. Department of Agriculture standards. Such a product recall is classified as "a health hazard situation where there is a reasonable probability that the use of the product will cause serious, adverse health consequences or death," reports Miami Herald. Full Story

Related: Unlisted Allergens Most Common Cause of Food Recalls; Dark Chocolate Products May Contain Undeclared Milk: FDA.