In a press release, John B. Sanfilippo and Son, Inc, in cooperation with and in accordance with the standards and regulations of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), announced the voluntary food safety recall of Full Circle Concierge Snack Nut Blend due to the undeclared presence of soy and milk, two common allergens.
The recall affects all 11-ounce packages of Full Circle brand Concierge Snack Nut Blend that were sold through Lunds stores and Weis Markets. The recalled nut blends can further be identified by the JBSS item code V28392 and UPC code 036800 28392 on the packaging. Consumers with allergies to soy and milk, or to product derived from those ingredients, risk experiencing serious or life threatening allergic reactions should they consume this product. Thus far, no reports of illness have been received in association with this recall.
Consumers in possession of the recalled nut blend are being urged to return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund or replacement.
As a Harrisburg personal injury lawyer, I’ve seen this type of food recall in the past and am aware of the dangers that mislabeled food products pose to consumers. Manufacturers have many safety measures in place to ensure the quality and safety of their products, however mistakes are occasionally made. If you’ve fallen ill due to the handling or consumption of a mislabeled or otherwise defective food product, speak with a Lancaster personal injury lawyer to discuss your legal rights as a consumer.Tweet