December 7, 2021

Market Pantry Honey Recalled

Market Pantry pure grade A honey is being recalled, according to the weekly FDA Enforcement Report for February 8, 2012. The volume of product in commerce stands at 3525 cases, or 42,300 units.

Product details:

  • Market Pantry pure grade honey grade A
  • Net Weight 12 ounce (340 grams)
  • Recall # F-0640-2012
  • Lot 1174
  • Expiration date “Best by 27 JUN2013
  • Recalling manufacturer is Honeytree, Inc. of Onstaed, Michigan.
  • Recalled by letter on December 17, 2011. Firm initiated recall is ongoing.
  • Product contained 10.3 parts per billion of sulfathiazole, a short-acting sulfa drug.
  • Distribution was nationwide.

The recall doesn’t specify what to do with the product if you have it. We assume you shouldn’t consume it. This is a Class III recall, which means that consuming the product is unlikely to cause any illness or adverse reactions, but the product violates FDA manufacturing regulations or labeling standards.

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