November Food And Supplement Recall Roundup: Puréed Ew

Natural blue raspberry flavoring....wait, what?

Natural blue raspberry flavoring….wait, what?

In today’s food, supplement, and drug Recall Roundup, we learn that Listeria could be everywhere, and that blue raspberry flavored apple slices are apparently a thing. So is “natural blue raspberry flavor.”

Our monthly Recall Roundups have grown so expansive that we’ve had to separate them into two separate roundups: one for consumer goods, and one for consumables.

If you have any of these listed items in your pantry, first check the varieties and flavors against the ones listed on the recall site or press release, then check expiration date or lot numbers.

If there’s a match, don’t panic! If an item is listed as having undeclared walnuts and you’re not allergic to walnuts, for example, you don’t have to do anything at all. You can keep the item, eat it, not eat it, or return it to the store or the manufacturer for your own peace of mind.

Items that may be contaminated with bacteria are worrisome for everyone, and you should return them to the retail store where you bought them or contact the company for a refund and further instructions.

Plum Organics baby food pouches

Crunch Pak apple slices – possible listeria contamination
3 Fellers Chocolate Cream Pies – undeclared almonds
HyVee Chocolate Caramel Clusters and Chocolate Covered Caramels – undeclared peanuts

Trader Joe’s, Delish, and Atherstone Farms salads and wraps – possible E. coli contamination
Bremer Garlic Shrimp (Aldi) – possible undeclared eggs
Garden-Fresh Foods vegetables, salads, desserts, spreads, dips – possible Listeria contamination
Trader Giotto’s Caesar Salad – undeclared wheat, soy, and anchovy

OxyElite Pro Dietary Supplements – risk of possible liver damage
Vega One Nutritional Shakes and Vega Sport Performance Protein – traces of antibiotic

Perrigo (generic at many major retailers) Acetaminophen Infant Suspension Liquid – oral syringe not clearly marked

Bailey’s Choice dog treats – possible Salmonella contamination

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