June 24, 2018

Pittsburgh Food Bank Recalls Mandarin Oranges

mandarin orange recallGreater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank has issued a recall of one lot of Imperial Choice Mandarin Oranges Broken Segments in Light Syrup because the product may be contaminated by with pathogens, which could lead to serious or life-threatening illness if consumed.

The recall affects cans marked with code 4200/01029. Some of the cans from this lot may leak, bulge or burst open. Others appear normal.

The recall only involves product that was distributed August 2015 through January 2016 through the Food Bank’s network of pantries throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania. It was also distributed in Allegheny Valley, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Greene, McKeesport, Sheraden, Southside, Washington and West Greene and through emergency aid boxes provided to people visiting the Food Bank’s facility in Duquesne, PA.

Any consumer who has cans marked with this code should dispose of them. Pantries should remove them from their shelves.


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