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Allergy Alert on Milk Products in Mrs. Weaver’s Pimento Spread


Contact:

Consumer
1-888-257-7913

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – April 25, 2012- Reser’s Fine Foods, Inc. of Beaverton, OR is voluntarily recalling 653 cases of 7 oz. Mrs. Weaver’s Pimento Spread that may have been packaged into containers marked Ham Salad. The Ham Salad label does not list milk ingredients on the label. People who are allergic to milk products run the risk of serious reaction if they consume this product.

There have been no adverse reactions or illnesses reported in connection with this product.

The recalled 7 oz. Mrs. Weaver’s Pimento Spread was distributed in AR, AZ, FL, LA, MS, OK, TX, and WA between April 11, 2012 and April 17, 2012. The product is sold in a 7 oz. plastic container marked on the side of the lid with Aug/05/12. After the use by date is a facility identifier code of 20 followed by a timestamp No other package codes are affected by this recall.

UPC No. Brand Product Description Unit Weight Use by Date Plant Identifier and Timestamp after the Use by Date
71117.00003 Mrs. Weaver's Pimento Spread 7 oz. Aug/05/12 20 HH:MM

The problem was discovered by a company representative during a routine store visit. The company has advised the FDA of this voluntary recall.

Customers who bought Mrs. Weaver’s Pimento Spread are urged to return the packages to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.

For further information, please contact Reser’s Fine Foods, Inc. Consumer Hotline:
1-888-257-7913 between 8am – 8pm Mon – Fri Eastern Standard Time

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