March 4, 2024

Pine Nuts Recalled for Salmonella

Waymouth Farms Inc. of New Hope, MN  is  recalling Good Sense raw pine nuts for Salmonella. Consumers who have purchased these products should not eat them.

pine-nut-recallThe recalled products were distributed nationwide through retail stores and through mail order under the Good Sense brand.  The were sold in clear plastic tubs and zipper bags.

The 4 oz. clear plastic tubs have the UPC code 30243 50799 and the “Freshest if Used By”  dates 10-24-15 – 11/15/15, 11/20/15, 11/27/15 – 01/14/16 and 02/6/16 – 07/21/16. The 4 oz. zipper bags have the UPC 30243 86680 and “Freshest if Used By”  dates 07/28/15 – 04/08/16. The 4 oz. bags were also sold with the UPC 30243 86683 and “Freshest if Used By” dates Sep 05, 2015 to Feb 04, 2016.

The 3 oz. zipper bags have the UPC 30243 86681 and “Freshest if Used By” dates 09/29/15 – 04/02/16. The 15 oz. zipper bags have UPC 30243 86687 and  “Freshest if Used By”  dates 07/17/15 AND 10/22/15.

The product was also sold in a 5 lb. bulk box, with the UPC 30243 02860, with best by dates 06/04/14 to 03/26/15  and the following Julian Codes: 1 155 14, 1 183 14, 1 210 14, 1 223 14, 1 239 14, 1 260 14, 1 281 14, 1 282 14, 1 317 14, 1 351 14, 1 020 15, 1 050 15 and 1 085 15

Symptoms of Salmonella poisoning include fever, diarrhea (which may be bloody), nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. In rare cases, infections can travel to the bloodstream.

At the time of the recall, no illnesses had been reported  in connection with the problem. Production of the Pine Nuts has been suspended while Waymouth Farms investigates the source of the problem.

 

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