A Minnesota-based pizza company is recalling some of its products because they contain an allergen that isn't mentioned on the packaging.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says Junction Pizza of Grey Eagle, Minnesota, is recalling more than 17,000 frozen pizzas that contain soy lecithin.
A food inspector discovered information about that ingredient was missing on product labels during a routine review. Junction Pizza and the Agriculture Department say no one's been sickened because of the mistake.
The recalled pizzas have a "made on date" between March 27 and September 23 of this year. They were sold in stores in central Minnesota.