September Food And Supplement Recall Roundup – Salmonella Is Not A Superfood

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Teen spinach is older than baby spinach, but not yet adult spinach.

In our September Recall Roundup for food, there could be walnuts lurking in the spinach, eggs in the frozen desserts, and Salmonella in pretty much every kind of food.

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.

Twix Unwrapped Bites – may contain undeclared peanuts and dairy
Choripdong Chocolate Almond Richmond Ice Bar – may contain undeclared eggs

Dole Spinach and Baby Spinach – may contain undeclared walnuts
Margaret Holmes Turnip Greens and Mixed Greens – may be improperly sealed

Sam’s Club Daily Chef Chicken Caesar Salad Kit – may contain Listeria
Applegate Naturals Chicken Nuggets – may contain plastic fragments
Tullia’s Italian Meatless Pasta Sauce – may contain Clostridium botulinum.
Lean Cuisine Chicken with Peanut Sauce – may contain undeclared shrimp

Sunfood Organic Carob Powder – may contain Salmonella
Sunburst Superfoods Organic Raw Carob Powder – may contain Salmonella

4C Food Corp. Grated Cheese HomeStyle Parmesan cheese – possible Salmonella contamination
Arrowhead Farms, Maranatha, Kroger, Safeway, Trader Joe’s, and Whole Foods peanut and almond butters – possible Salmonella contamination
McCormick Ground Oregano – possible Salmonella contamination

Green Vibrance and Rainbow Vibrance supplements – may contain Salmonella

Corona Extra 6, 12, and 18-packs: may contain glass fragments

Kraft American Singles – may spoil prematurely

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