Frozen “pub-style” meals recalled in Colorado due to undeclared soy

People with soy allergies who like “pub-style” meals should check their freezers for mislabeled entrees, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Friday that Astrochef is recalling 11,475 pounds of frozen entrees that contain soy but weren’t labeled correctly. The 20-ounce cartons of Marie Callender’s Pub Style Steak & Ale were sold in 10 states, including Colorado.

Affected entrees were produced June 18 and are labeled with the establishment number EST. 46299. The food inspection service urges people who bought the entrees to throw them out or return them to the place of purchase.

No illnesses have been reported from eating the entrees, but Conagra Brands did receive complaints that the package contained chicken instead of beef. For more information, call Conagra Brands Consumer Care, 866-213-1245.