(NEXSTAR) – Potentially-contaminated popcorn that hit grocery store shelves in a number of U.S. states — including Virginia — is now under recall, the Food and Drug Administration warns.

Snak King Corporation issued the voluntary recall after discovering that certain five-ounce packages of O Organics Sea Salt Organic Popcorn may have an undeclared milk allergen.

The recalled items were sold in Connecticut; Delaware; Maryland; New Jersey; New York; Pennsylvania; Virginia; Washington, D.C.; Illinois; Indiana; Iowa; California; Hawaii; Nevada; Oregon; Washington; Alaska; and Idaho.

Popcorn bags, which all have the “best by” dates of 9/24/2022 – 9/25/2022, landed on shelves in ACME, Safeway, King’s, Balducci’s, Jewel-Osco, Andronico’s Community Markets, Vons, Pak ‘N Save, Albertsons, Eagle, Carrs-Safeway, Haggen, and Pavilions locations.

The UPC number for the recalled items is 079893 403038.

While a milk allergen may be seriously harmful and even life-threatening for people who are allergic, as of Tuesday there were no reports of illness.

Anyone who bought a now-recalled O Organics bag of popcorn is urged not to eat it, and to return it to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.

Consumers can call the company with any questions at (626) 363-7711.