June 18, 2024

Several Recalls in FDA’s Weekly Enforcement Report

The FDA’s weekly Enforcement Report often reveals recalls that were not released to the general public. This week there were several of note.

RecallCurley Parsley produced by MR Cula, doing business as Riley’s, has been recalled because the product tested positive for the pesticides propanocarb and trifloxystrobin. The UPC code on that product is 740695801109.

Also recalled is Daily Chef Peanut Butter Bars, in 27 ounce packages. This product was made in Canada. It is being recalled for foreign matter (rigid plastic pieces) found in the bars. The UPC code is 78742 11172, lot number TFF 15 237, and best by date of August 25, 2016.

Finally Meijer Caramel Corn is being recalled because the product declares butter as an ingredient, but did not specify that means the allergen milk is present in the product. The product is packed in 10 ounce bags. The code dates on that product areĀ 8/23/2015, 8/23/2015, 10/10/2015, 10/28/2015, 11/19/2015, 11/21/2015, 11/21/2015, 11/27/2015, 11/27/2015, 12/5/2015, 11/27/2015, 12/5/2015, 12/12/2015, 12/25/2015, 12/30/2015, 1/25/2016, 2/29/2016, 2/29/2016, 3/18/2016, 3/19/2016, 3/28/2016, and 3/28/2016.

Do not eat these recalled products. Return them to the place of purchase for a full refund or throw them away.

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