updated 8/4/2008 12:57:26 PM ET 2008-08-04T16:57:26

CF Sauer Foods Inc. has recalled its Gold Medal spaghetti sauce mix from stores in Mississippi, Kentucky and Alabama. The company says the product contains a milk ingredient that could cause an allergic reaction.

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The Virginia-based firm recalled all sauce packages with the following code date: 8119R. The mix comes in a pouch and displays a UPC code of 0-52500-02104-7.

Company spokesman Chuck Adams said Monday that 234 cases have been distributed since April 28. The firm says people who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk risk serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.

Refunds are available from stores selling the mix.

Sauer officials can be reached at 1-800-688-5676 or www.cfsauer.com.

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