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B&M Inc. seasonings recalled due to undeclared peanut protein

Posted on January 27, 2015 11:38 am under Product Liability

Missouri -based B&M Inc. issued a nationwide recall of some of its seasoning products due to undeclared peanut protein, a press statement published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) stated on January 16.

The affected ground cumin and dark chili powder products were shipped between December 1, 2014 and January 7, 2015, and were sold at Target and The Fresh Market stores nationwide. Undeclared peanut protein may cause severe, possibly life-threatening health reactions among those allergic or severely sensitive to peanuts. The affected products are :

  • Target Archer Farms Cumin Ground in a 6 oz. clear square glass bottle, with lot number 3381403F and a best by date of 05 JUN 2017
  • Target Archer Farms Cumin Ground in a 6 oz. clear square glass bottle, with lot number 3421406F and a best by date of 09 JUN 2017
  • The Fresh Market Dark Chili Powder packed in a 5×7 clear plastic bag, with lot number 3581405R and a best by date of 25 JUN 2017
  • The Fresh Market Dark Chili Powder packed in a 5×7 clear plastic bag, with lot number 3641401R and a best by date of 01 JUL 2017
  • The Fresh Market Dark Chili Powder in a 4 oz clear square glass bottle, with lot number 0021503A and a best by date of 04 JUL 2017

Consumers are advised to return the product for a refund.

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