March 29, 2020

Huangfushanzen Huang Mountain Tea Mushroom Recalled For Sulfites

Tiffany Food Corporation of Brooklyn, New York is recalling Huangfushanzen Huang Mountain Tea Mushroom Dried Mushrooms because it may contain sulfites. Anyone who is allergic to sulfites may have a serious reaction if they consume this product. No illnesses or allergic reactions have been reported to date in connection with this recall. The Huangfushanzen Huang Mountain Tea Mushroom (黄府山珍茶花菇) Dried Mushrooms were distributed in Florida, Ohio, California, and Massachusetts through grocery stores and food markets. The product has the UPC number 6 943153 804047 and no other coding. The mushrooms are packaged in a 170 gram/6 ounce clear, green, gold and red plastic bags. This is a product is China. The recall was issued after routine sampling by the Florida Department of Agriculture … [Read more...]

Suantianyangmei Waxberry Recalled For Sulfites and Cyclamates

Lin's Waha Int'l Corp. of Syosset, New York is recalling packages of Suantianyangmei Waxberry and Bingtangyangmei Waxberry because they contain undeclared sulfites and cyclamates. People who have sensitive to sulfites could have a serious or life-threatening reaction if they eat these products. Cyclamate is an unapproved ingredient and has been completely banned in the U.S. since 1970. No illnesses or reactions have been associated with these products to date. The recalled Suantianyangmei Waxberry and Bingtangyangmei Waxberry products were distributed nationwide at the retail level. The berries are packaged in 8.11 ounce (230 gram) clear plastic containers. Suantianyangmei Waxberry has the UPC number 6948576407226 and the date 03.12.2020 stamped on the box. Bingtangyangmei Waxberry has … [Read more...]

Parivar Dry Dates Recalled For High Sulfite Content

Shivam Distributors of Longwood, Florida, is recalling certain package sizes and UPC numbers of Parivar Dry Dates for high sulfite content. Those products have the same lot number: 125/BIBT. This food additive can cause itchiness, upset stomach, headache, stiffness, diarrhea, cough, nausea and weakness. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this recalled item. These dates were distributed in Florida through retail grocery stores from May 2019 to October 2019. The recalled product is sold in 7 ounce and 14 ounce size packages. The batch number on the recalled product is #125/BIBT. The UPC number is 879111001844 for the 7 ounce package, and 879111001226 for the 14 ounce package. The UPC number is printed on the back of the bag. This product was recalled after … [Read more...]

Keshav Dry Apricots Recalled For Undeclared Sulfites

Peekay International of Maspeth New York is recalling two sizes of Keshav Dry Apricots food treats because they contain undeclared sulfites. Anyone who has a severe sensitivity to sulfites could have a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they eat this product. No illnesses or allergic reactions have been reported to date in connection with this problem. The recalled Keshav Dry Apricots was sold in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut in retail store and also through mail order. The product is packaged in a 7 ounce clear plastic package and 14 ounce clear plastic packages. The UPC number for the 7 ounce package is 4386423302 and the UPC code for the 14 ounce package is 4386423303. Routine sampling by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food … [Read more...]

Tainy Vostoka Assorted Dried Fruits Recalled For Undeclared Sulfites

Krasnyi Oktyabr USA of Brooklyn, New York is recalling two types of Tainy Vostoka dried fruits because they contain undeclared sulfites, a food additive. Anyone who has a severe sensitivity to sulfites, and some asthmatics, could have a serious reaction if they eat these products. No illnesses or allergic reactions have been reported to date. The first recall is for Tainy Vostoka Assorted Dried Fruits - Apple. This product was sold nationwide in retail stores and through mail order. The product is packaged in 500 gram (17.65 ounce) clear plastic packages marked with container code #15 03 2019 SS. The recall was initiated after sampling by New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food Inspectors and subsequent analysis by Food Laboratory personnel. The consumption of … [Read more...]

Peach Slices Recalled for Undeclared Sulfites

Lion Pavillion of Maspeth, NY is recalling Tasty Peach Slices because the product contains undeclared sulfites. Consumers with severe sensitivity to sulfites should not eat this product as they run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reactions if they do. No illnesses had been reported in connection with this product at the time of the recall. The recalled Tasty Peach Slices were sold in 3.87 ounce (110g), clear plastic jars and distributed nationwide. They are a product of China. The problem was discovered during routine testing by New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food Inspectors. Consuming 10 milligrams of sulfites per serving can cause severe reactions in some asthmatics including  anaphylactic shock.  Analysis of the Tasty Peach Slices revealed they … [Read more...]

Kuja Mishri Sugar Recalled in Canada for Sulphites

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and Quality Natural Foods Canada are recalling Kuja Mishri Sugar because it contains sulphites (sulfites) that are not declared on the label. Anyone with an allergy to sulphites who consumes this product may have a serious reaction. There is no information about whether or not any illnesses or reactions have been reported. The recalled product is Quality Brand Kuja Mishri Sugar in 200 gram packages. All codes are recalled where sulphites are not declared in the list of ingredients. The UPC number is 6 85441 00292 1. Also recalled is Quality Brand Kuja Mishri Sugar in 400 gram packages, again where sulphites are not declared on the label. The UPC number for that product is 6  85441 01028 5.  If you purchased these products and are allergic to … [Read more...]

Coconut Candy Strips Recalled For Sulfites

Hong Lee Trading Inc. of Brooklyn is recalling Mut Dua Non Young Coconut Candy strips because they contain undeclared sulfites. People with sensitivity to sulfites should not eat this product as they run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reactions if they do. At the time of the recall, the company was not aware of any adverse reactions associated with the product. The recalled product was sold in a 10.6oz. plastic container with the UPC number: 8935054702377. The product was imported from Viet Nam and sold in the New York City area. The recall was initiated after tests on routine samples taken by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food Inspectors were positive for sulfites which are not declared on the label. Consuming 10 milligrams of sulfites … [Read more...]

Dried Apricots Recalled for Sulfites

Net Foods Import & Export of Secaucus, NJ is recalling Net Food Brand Turkey Diced Apricots because they contain undeclared sulfites. People with severe sensitivity to sulfites should not eat this product as they run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reactions if they do. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with the problem. The recalled product was sold in 16.1 oz. clear plastic containers with the UPC Code 8697445250019. The product was imported from Turkey and sold nationwide. The recall was initiated after a tests on a routine sampling taken by the New York Department of Agriculture and Markets Food inspectors were positive for sulfites which are not declared on the label. Analysis of the dried apricots revealed they contained 4955 ppm per … [Read more...]

K-Fat Recalls Ginger Candy For Undeclared Sulfites

K-Fat Inc. of Brooklyn, NY is recalling Sweetened Ginger Candy because it contains undeclared sulfites. People who have severe sensitivity to sulfites should not eat this product as they run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reactions if they do. The recalled product was imported from Viet Nam and sold  in a 8.8oz (250g) clear, plastic container with the UPC code  8935001201304. The product was sold in New York City and New Jersey. The problem was discovered during routine sampling by New York Department of Agriculture and Markets Food and subsequent analysis. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this problem.     … [Read more...]

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