Our monthly Recall Roundups have grown so expansive that we’ve had to separate them into two separate posts: one for consumer goods, and one for consumables.
If you have any of these listed items in your pantry, refrigerator, or freezer, first check the varieties and flavors against the ones listed on the recall site or press release, then check expiration date or lot numbers.
When 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 pathogens or foreign objects 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.
DESSERTS AND SNACKS
Organic Traditions Ultimate Superfood Trail Mix – possible Salmonella contamination
Häagen-Dazs Chocolate Chocolate Chip Ice Cream – may contain delicious, dangerous peanuts
Oriya Organics Superfood Protein Medley – possible Salmonella contamination
Uncle Ben’s Garden Vegetable with Peas, Carrots & Corn pouches – may contain undeclared gluten (barley)
CONDIMENTS AND SPICES
Richard’s Too Good BBQ, Hot, and Teriyaki sauces – may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum (botulism)
Organic Traditions Sprouted Chia Seed Powder – possible Salmonella contamination
Organic Traditions Sprouted Chia & Flax Seed Powder – possible Salmonella contamination
Organic Traditions Chia Seeds – possible Salmonella contamination
Foodmaxx, Foster Farms, Kroger, Safeway, Savemart, Sunland, and Valbest chicken products – possible Salmonella contamination — no longer on the market but may lurk in customers’ frezers (also read our posts about this delayed recall and why it may hurt Foster Farms financially)
Wegmans Food You Feel Good About Organic Ham – may be contaminated with “extraneous materials.”