A limited amount of Chicken of the Sea Solid White Tuna (12-oz. cans) are being recalled during to a production error that resulted in loose seals and seams. Loose seals, or seams, could result in product contamination by spoilage organisms or by pathogens and lead to illness if consumed. There have been no reported illnesses at this time.
The products being recalled were distributed in February and May in Wisconsin, Nebraska, Utah, Pennsylvania, New York, Maine, Colorado, Indiana, California and Oregon. Affected products have the UPC code 4800000262. Best By Date of 2/10/2014. Product codes to look for (on the can or on the label): 7OA1E ASWAB, 7OA2E ASWAB, 7OA3E ASWAB, 7OA4E ASWAB, 7OA5E ASWAB, 7OAEE ASWAB or 7OAFE ASWAB.
If you have any of these cans of Chicken of the Sea, call 1-877-843-6376 for information on returning the product to receive a full refund.
Visit the FDA website for all the latest information.
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The Tylenol Recall has also been expanded to include more products due to a musty or moldy smell. Some of the products included are: Benadryl, Children’s Tylenol, Motrin IB, Tylenol Extra Strength, Tylenol Day & Night, and Tylenol PM.
Go HERE for more information and a detailed recall list, including return form or product coupon.
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