September 26, 2018

More Pistachios Recalled for Possible Salmonella

Texas Star Nut & Fruit Company is expanding its recall of pistachio products for possible Salmonella contamination. The recall issued on March 10, 2016 has been updated to include more products. There is a Salmonella outbreak going on at this time related to Wonderful brand pistachios, but no illnesses have been reported in relation to the Texas Star products at this time.

PistachiosThe recalled products are Fresh Choice Survivor Mix in 4.75 ounce packages. The UPC number is 0-39759-17030-6 and the best by dates are 9/11/2016 – 1/13/2017. Also recalled is Southern Grove Survival Mix in 10 ounce packages, with UPC number 0-41498-21118-9 and best by dates of 8/27/2016  2/2/2017.  Southern Grove Go Raw in 8 ounce packages is recalled, with UPC number 0-41498-21123-3 and best by dates 8/17/2016 – 9/14/2016.

The remaining recalled products are al Nature’s Eats brand. They are Natural Pistachios in 8 ounce packages with UPC number 8-32112-00271-5 and best by dates 8/3/2016 – 1/14/2017; Survivor Mix in 10 ounce packages with UPC number 8-32112-00345-3 and best by dates 9/3/2016 – 1/18/2017; and Hill Country Ramblin’ in 15 ounce packages with UPC number 8-32112-00364-4 and best by dates 8/14/2016 – 2/1/2017.

Nature’s Eats Austin’s Nutty All-Terrain in 12 ounce packages is recalled, with UPC number 8-32112-00371-2 and best by dates 8/21/2016 – 1/28/2017. Almond & Pistachio Duo in 6 ounce packages is recalled, with UPC number 8-32112-00380-4 and best by dates 9/8/2016 – 2/8/2017. Finally, Nature’s Eats Simply Go Raw is recalled, sold in 8 ounce packages with UPC number 8-32112-00383-5 and best by dates 8/13/2016 – 1/25/2017.

These products were sold nationwide and distributed between 8/13/2015 and 2/24/2016. If you purchased them, do not eat them. Throw them away in a sealed container or return them to the place where you bought them for a full refund.

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