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Recalls: Sesame Seeds - Rocky Mountain Popcorn - Dreyer's Ice Cream

Posted Oct 22 2008 4:37pm
Nutri-Foods Recalls "Organic Sesame Seeds Natural - Unhulled" Because of Possible Health Risk
John Bettin 248-541-6820
Recall info
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- February 15, 2008 -- Nutri-Foods, Inc. ("Nutri-Foods") of Royal Oak, Michigan, is recalling its .50 pound packages of "Organic Sesame Seeds Natural - Unhulled" due to possible salmonella contamination, an organism, which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.

The recalled "Organic Sesame Seeds Natural - Unhulled" were sold at Nutri-Foods.
The product comes in a .50 pound clear plastic package with a product SKU #170 at the top and a "packed on" date of December 28. This product was sold from circa December 15, 2007 through January 28, 2008.

Consumers who have purchased the .50 pound package are urged to return them to Nutri-Foods for a full refund.
Consumers with questions may call Nutri-Foods at (248) 541-6820 and ask for John B. or Judy.

Rocky Mountain Popcorn Company Issues Recall of Low Fat Caramel Popcorn (in the green bag) 9 oz.
Contact: Rocky Mountain Popcorn Company 303-744-8850
Recall info
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- February 11, 2008 -- Rocky Mountain Popcorn Company, Centennial, CO is voluntarily initiating a nationwide recall of 1,603 bags of Low Fat Caramel 9 oz. Popcorn (in the green bag). This recall is on the Low Fat variety only. An ingredient in this product has been found to contain a trace amount of tree nuts, which potentially could cause an allergic reaction to any person with a tree nut allergy.

The company has voluntarily recalled the product after learning that the supplier of one of the ingredients in the formulation of Low Fat Caramel 9 oz. Popcorn (in the green bag) had changed its formulation to contain trace amounts of tree nuts. FDA has been apprised of this action.

Low Fat Caramel 9 oz. Popcorn (in the green bag) was distributed to Colorado grocery and Convenience stores, only 100 units were distributed outside of the state of Colorado, in Ft. Worth, Texas. The product can be identified by a silver bag with green graphics.

Customers should contact Rocky Mountain Popcorn Company directly at 303.744.8850 or by email at, and provide proof of purchase (a receipt and UPC code) for unused product reimbursement of Low Fat Caramel 9 oz. Popcorn (in the green bag).

Dreyer's Issues Voluntary Recall of Slow Churned® Light Caramel Delight and Butter Pecan Ice Cream Flavors for Undeclared Pecans
Contact:Dori Sera Bailey(510) 406-4844
Recall info
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- Oakland, CA -- January 22, 2008 -- Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream is voluntarily recalling 90 cartons of Dreyer's Slow Churned® Light Caramel Delight ice cream and Slow Churned Light Butter Pecan ice cream distributed in Colorado, Idaho, Oregon and Wyoming, because the ice cream may contain pecans not identified on the label.
The potentially affected cartons are the 1.75-quart size of Dreyer's Slow Churned Light Caramel Delight and Slow Churned Light Butter Pecan ice cream. The sides of the Slow Churned Light cartons identify the flavor as Caramel Delight, but the carton lids identify it as Butter Pecan. The actual flavor of the ice cream may be Butter Pecan erroneously packaged in Caramel Delightcartons, so Dreyer's is recalling the ice cream to avoid any confusion among consumers who may be allergic to pecans.

Consumers who have purchased the ice cream with this code should call the Dreyer's Consumer Call Center at 1 888 837-4438, for a full refund. Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream manufactures and distributes ice cream and frozen snacks across the United States.
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