March 3, 2024

Bolthouse Farms Carrot Chips Recalled For Possible Salmonella Contamination

Bolthouse Farms is recalling a limited number of bagged carrot chips for possible Salmonella contamination. The company, based in Bakersfield Calif., was notified on October 31, 2012 that an inspection detected the possibility of Salmonella in the single 16-ounce bag that was tested. There have been no reports of consumer illness.

The products under recall are 16-ounce bags with “best if used by” dates of Nov. 12 and Nov. 13, 2012 that bear the UPC number  71464 17209. Consumers who have purchased this product should not eat it. About 5,600 cases of the 16-ounce bags were shipped to retail customers in the United States and Canada. Consumers can return the product to the store where they purchased it for an exchange or full refund.

Located in California’s  San Joaquin Valley, Bolthouse Farms grows and distributes carrots, juices, smoothies, protein shakes and café beverages and salad dressings. The company was acquired by Campbell Soup Company on Aug. 6, 2012.

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