- January 18, 2016
- Posted by: emobile
- Category: Trending Issues
A company recalled some of their products for the fear that it might be contaminated with Salmonella. Let us be guided!
According to CDC, Raw Chocolate LLC of Bend, Oregon voluntarily recalled its entire line of sprouted nut butter spreads because of potential contamination with Salmonella. The recall affects all flavors of sprouted nut butter spreads sold by JEM Raw with best by dates of October 30, 2016 or earlier.
The nut butter spreads were distributed nationwide in retail stores and through mail order. A person infected with Salmonella experiences diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps. The sickness usually last between 4 to 7 days and usually will go on its own without treatment but in some cases, the diarrhea can be very serious causing the infected person to be hospitalized. Salmonella can penetrate the blood stream and other places in the body. Salmonella has a death risk if antibiotics are not used. It has severe effect on children younger than 5 years and on adult above 65 years or people with weak immunity.
The products were sold in glass jars in sizes ranging from 1.25 ounces to 16 ounces. The products are listed below:
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