Company Recalls Nut Butters Sold at Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, Others Due to Salmonella
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Careful before you snack everyone, there's another nut butter recall going on. nSpired Natural Foods, a food company that produces nut butters for Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, Kroger, and a bunch of other stores issued a voluntary recall Tuesday over some salmonella concerns.
The recall affects peanut butter sold in the United States, as well as Canada, Hong Kong, the UAE, and the Dominican Republic. The nut butters were also available online.
Of note: Those of you with peanut allergies aren't safe. Multiple almond butters are also part of the recall.
The recall affects Trader Joe's crunchy raw almond butter, Whole Foods creamy, crunch, and organic roasted almond butters, Kroger's no-stir creamy almond butter, Safeway open nature almond butter, and nut butters branded MaraNartha and Arrowhead.
For full UPC numbers and best by dates, visit the FDA's website.
Four people have gotten sick so far. If you suffering from fever, diarrhea (which may be bloody), nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain, you might want to go to a doctor.
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