Stonewall Kitchen, which has a store in Camden, is voluntarily recalling a limited number of 10.25-ounce jars of Basil Pesto Aioli with an “Enjoy By” date of Sept. 28, 2019, which may contain the undeclared allergen, egg.

The company said it may have inadvertently placed the label for its Basil Pesto on a small portion of its most recent production run of Basil Pesto Aioli. Basil Pesto Aioli contains the dairy allergen, egg, whereas Basil Pesto does not. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to egg run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume the incorrectly labeled product. The case pack is correctly labeled as Basil Pesto Aioli, it is the individual units which may have the incorrect label (Basil Pesto) on the jar.

The company said it began shipping this product Monday, April 23, and has determined that the error was limited to no more than 732 units, which were shipped to 38 different wholesale retailers, all of whom have been contacted.

The case markings for the affected product are: Stonewall Kitchen Basil Pesto Aioli, 10.25 ounce, 12 pack; Enjoy By Date: 28SEP2019; UPC: 7 11381 31752 5.

The unit markings for the affected product are: Label: Stonewall Kitchen Basil Pesto, 8 ounce; Enjoy By Date: 28SEP2019; UPC: 7 11381 03060 8, Packaged in a 10.25-ounce glass jar.