Almond Butter Recalled After Mislabeling
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
New Seasons Market has initiated a voluntary
recall of its 16oz. Creamy Almond Butter because of possible undeclared peanuts.
New Seasons Market is located in Portland, Oregon and serves a large portion
of the northwest region.
Undeclared peanuts can be a dangerous labeling error for people who have
an allergy or severe sensitivity to peanuts. Peanut allergies vary in
severity and people run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic
reaction if they consume this product.
The 16oz. Creamy Almond Butter recall affects all 19 New Seasons’
locations in the Northwest and affects products with best by dates of
06/16/2017, 08/15/2017 and 08/30/2017.
The voluntary recall is limited to the production code of UPC No. 4122019322.
The UPC Code is located beneath the barcode on the 16oz. Creamy Almond
Butter label. The Best-By-Date is located above the label on the clear
plastic jar. New Seasons Market states this recall does not affect any
other sizes or varieties of its nut butters.
A New Seasons staff discovered the mislabeled jars during a routine stocking
rotation. To date, there have been no reports of illness. A full refund
will be given to anyone who returns the recalled New Seasons Market Creamy
Almond Butter, and the stores will not require a receipt. All customer
concerns can be directed to the New Seasons’ headquarters.
New Seasons is committed to reducing food waste and fighting hunger. Therefore,
all returned and unopened products will be evaluated for their safety,
and the company will attempt to donate safe products for people in need.
If a product mislabeling led to your injury or illness, please
contact St. Louis’ most successful product liability attorneys at Meyerkord
and Meyerkord, LLC.