The recall is due to a change in temperature in one of the coolers.

According to KTVB, the Idaho Food Bank has had to recall about 27,000 pounds of food that was distributed earlier this month. The cooler in which the food (including coconut milk, eggs, cheese and soup) was stored in, wasn’t at the correct temperature.

Vice President of Development for The Idaho Foodbank, Morgan Wilson, said in an interview with KTVB:

"Anyone that did receive emergency food just needs to check in with their pantry that they went to or if they know that they have the products based on the pictures we have submitted, then they should destroy those products."


The recalled food was distributed in the Treasure Valley, Magic Valley and Wood River Valley areas between July 10 and July 14.

For details and photos of the recalled food CLICK HERE.