July 21, 2019

Kratom Maeng Da Red Powder and Capsules Recalled for Possible Salmonella

Club 13 of Augustine, Florida, has recalled Maeng Da Red kratom powder that was sold in several forms because it may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with the products that have the lot numbers listed below, but there is a multistate Salmonella outbreak linked to kratom containing products in the U.S. at this time.

These pouches and bottles of powder and capsules were distributed nationwide in retail stores and through mail order. The “Maeng┬áDa Red” powder products are packaged in 15-gram, 30-gram, 90-gram, 150-gram, and 454-gram packages marked with lot # MRMD012618 on the back of the pouch.

The “Maeng Da Red” capsule products come in 5-count, 25-count, 50-count, 100-count, 120-count capsule bottles. The bottles are marked with the following lot numbers on the bottom left side: MRMD013018, MRMD013118, MRMD020118, MRMD020518, MRMD022318, MRMD022718, MRMD030118, MRMD030218, and MRMD030618.

Finally, the “Maeng Da Red XS” capsule products are packaged in 5-count, 20-count, 25-count, 40-count, 50-count capsule bottles. They have the following lots numbers on the bottom left side: KRXS020718, KRXS030618, KRXS102417, KRXS110617, and KRXS120117.

The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture found the pathogenic bacteria in a 30 gram and 90 gram package of “Maeng Da Red.” Production of the product has been suspended while the FDA conducts an investigation.

If you purchased this product, do not use it. Throw it away in a sealed or double wrapped package and put it into a secure garbage can. You can also return the product to the store where you purchased it for a full refund.

Club 13 Kratom Powder Salmoenlla Recall

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