JEM Raw Organics Recalls Nut Butters

A recall has been issued by JEM Raw Organics for their nut butter spreads due to a salmonella contamination. The nut butter spreads have been linked to 11 reported illnesses by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Oregon Department of Agriculture, the U.S. Center for Disease Control, and the Oregon Health Authority. JEM Raw is located in Bend, Oregon, but distributes their products nationwide. The nut butter spread is sold in glass jars and in several flavors. The products were sold through mail orders and in retail stores from June to November 2015. Consumers in possession of the nut butter spreads should discard the items and contact JEM Raw for a replacement. Salmonella can cause illnesses that include symptoms of abdominal pain, diarrhea, fever, and nausea. These illnesses can lead to death in young children, the elderly, and individuals with weakened immune symptoms.

Product liability laws require that all consumer goods must be safe for anyone that comes into contact with the product. Vehicles, toys, electronics, pet items, and food are recalled numerous times a year due to the item being defective or dangerous. Unfortunately, an injury, illness, property damage or death occurs prior to the recall being issued. Manufacturers must ensure their product is safe and properly label the items for any possible risks. If a manufacturer's negligence caused you to suffer damages, it is crucial to consult a product liability attorney.

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