Recent Food Recalls

The following food products were recently recalled. The affected products are categorized according to the reason for the recall. While meant to be informative, please keep in mind that this list is not exhaustive.

Food Recall AlertIf you suspect that a product you have recently purchased might be subject to a recall, particularly if you have suffered from food poisoning recently but you do not see the pertinent information here, you should contact the store or manufacturer of purchase for additional information. Also, by reporting the problem with your item, you may alert the store to potential sources of contamination.

As a general matter, consumers should immediately stop using products subject to a recall, and contact the store of purchase or manufacturer to arrange for a refund or replacement product.

Recalled Due to Salmonella 

  • Moon Fishery Yellow Fin Tuna Strips are being recalled due to potential contamination with Salmonella.

Recalled Due to Undeclared Ingredients

  • Whole Foods Market announced the recall of its carrot cake cupcakes, sold throughout Northern California  due to undeclared walnuts. So far one illness has been reported.
  • Jonlly beverages were recalled due to undeclared milk.
  • Figi's lemon bars called "Lemon Bar Bliss," were recalled due to undeclared almonds. The bars were distributed in 16 states via UPS, or otherwise sent directly to consumers.

Recalled Due to Listeria Monocytogenes

  • Cleveland Bean Sprout announced the recall of its alfalfa sprouts due to potential contamination with Listeria.

Recalled For Other Reasons

What to to if You or a Loved One Has Been Affected by a Recalled Product

If you or a loved one has become sick or otherwise harmed as a result of a recalled product, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills or related expenses. If you think you have been harmed by a recalled product, whether or not one of those listed above, you should contact an experienced products liability attorney to discuss your potential legal claims.
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