December 7, 2016

House of Spices Recalls Dry Apricot for Undeclared Sulfites

This older recall dated April 23, 2015 popped up on the FDA news feed, so we’re passing it on to you. House of Spices of Flushing, New York is recalling “Dry Apricot” because they contain undeclared sulfites. Anyone who has a sensitivity to sulfites, or some asthmatics, could have a serious or life-threatening reaction if they consume this product. No illnesses have been reported to date.

The recalled product is “Laxmi Dry Apricot” food treats. It is packaged in a 200 gram, clear plastic package marked with lot #HNYGH01G14 on the top. It was distributed in the New York and New Jersey retail store areas. The recall was issued after finding that sulfite was not declared on the label.

If you purchased this product and are sensitive to sulfites, do not eat it. Discard or return to the place of purchase for a refund.

Laxmi Dry Apricot Sulfite Recall

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