June Food And Supplement Recall Roundup: Dill Pickle Popcorn And Donut Mold

minidonutsIn this month’s Recall Roundup for food and supplements, banned diet drugs make a reappearance, pork sausage has mysterious “foreign materials” in it, cat food has too much Vitamin D, and some mini donuts are possibly powdered with mold.

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.

Nice! Powdered Sugar Mini Donuts (Walgreens) – Reports of mold
Paleteria La Jalpita ice cream bars and popsicles – May contain undeclared milk and sulfites
Popcorn Factory Lite Works Dill Pickle Popcorn – May contain undeclared milk

Aurora Natural Brand Macadamia Nuts – May be contaminated with Salmonella
Waymouth Farms Raw Pine Nuts – May be contaminated with Salmonella
Vietnamese LP Cashew Kernels – May be contaminated with Salmonella
Natural Grocers brand Macadamia Nuts – May be contaminated with Salmonella

Sunridge Coconut Chews – May contain stainless steel wire
Hua Zhi Ying Brand Gourd Candy – Contains undeclared sulfites
Poco Dolce Confections Individually Wrapped Tiles – Contain undeclared milk

Best Brand Green Raisins (Sunderkhani) – May contain undeclared sulfites
Euro Imports Dried Apricots – Contain undeclared sulfites
SunRidge Farms Bulk coconut – May contain stainless steel wire
Jamba “At Home” smoothie kits – May be contaminated with Listeria

Brown Betty Coconut Milk Powder – May contain undeclared (cow) milk

Good Seed Soybean Sprouts and Mung Bean Sprouts – May be contaminated with Listeria
Today’s Harvest Field Peas with Snaps, Silver Queen Corn, and Broccoli Florets (Publix) – May be contaminated with Listeria

Dr. Praeger’s Gluten Free California Veggie Burgers – May contain undeclared soy
Anytime Foods Turkey and Cheese Lunch Kits – Contains undeclared egg
Simply Balanced Pork Chile Verde – May contain mushroom risotto, which has wheat ingredients
Wegmans Herb Stuffing, With Pork and Veal – Contains undeclared soy

Jose Madrid Salsa Original Mild Salsa – Jars were improperly sealed and could become contaminated

Smart Lipo – Contains drugs that have been withdrawn from the U.S. market.
Natural Creations New Zealand Colostrum – Contains milk without allergy warning

Golden Krust Shrimp and Soya Patties – May contain undeclared egg

Rachael Ray Nutrish wet cat food – Excess vitamin D
OC Raw Dog Turkey & Produce dog food – May be contaminated with Salmonella

Frontiere Natural Meats Ground Elk Meat – May be contaminated with E. coli
Tyson Ground Beef – Possible E. coli contamination
Old World Meats Recalls Roast Beef – Contains undeclared soy
Walker’s Pit barbecued pork with sauce – Contains undeclared soy
Big Easy Foods of Louisiana Boneless Stuffed Chicken with Pork Sausage and Potato Stuffing – Contains undeclared wheat
Quincy Street Pork Sausages – May contain “foreign materials.”

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