Are you allergic to peanuts or do you buy peanut butter alternatives because you don’t like the taste of peanuts?
An Oregon company has voluntarily recalled 16-ounce containers of New Seasons Market Creamy Almond Butter because of potential cross-contamination with peanuts.
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Details about the recalled almond butter
New Seasons Market is a Portland-based company with 19 neighborhood stores in Washington, Oregon and California, plus five New Leaf Community Market locations in Northern California.
The potential contamination of their house brand with undeclared peanuts was discovered by staffers during a routine stock check, according to the FDA.
There have been no reported cases of illness or injury.
You can return your jar to the store for a full refund. No receipt is required.
Here is info about the recalled product:
|Product Name||UPC Code||Best By Dates|
|New Seasons Market Creamy Almond Butter||4060010401||06/16/2017
People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to peanuts can go into anaphylactic shock that may threaten their life if they come into contact with peanuts.
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