Since the beginning of February, the FDA has been busy with recalls related to undeclared peanut allergens. A good number of the recalls are related to tainted cumin but not all. The foods involved are:
- Pride of Szeged Sweet Hungarian Paprika (manufactured by Spiceco)
- Goya and Kirby – Black Bean Soup and Black Beans with Creole Seasoning (manufactured by Goya)
- Whole Foods Market Divine Treasures 100,000 Smooches candy (manufactured by Whole Foods Market)
- Whole Foods Market – prepared salads, tacos and seasoned meat items (manufactured by Whole Foods Market)
- Village Hearth, Lender’s, L’Oven Fresh and Kroger bagels (all produced by National Choice Bakery). This recall also involves tree nuts.
- Pepperidge Farm bagels (manufactured by Pepperidge Farms). This recall also involves tree nuts.
- Sara Lee, Thomas and Jewel bagels (all manufactured by Bimbo Bakeries) This recall also involves almonds.
- See’s Candies Classic Red Hearts and assorted chocolates (manufactured by See’s Candies). This recall also involves undeclared tree nuts.
- The Spice Mill Chef’s Choice Ground Cumin and Cajun Seasoning (manufactured by the Spice Mill)
Even more cumin-related recalls occurred in January. For more details on these and other food recalls, go to http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/
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