The Mason Law Firm | Recall: L.A. Link (Huntington Beach) Corporation Recalls Shiitake-Ya Brand Gourmet Shiitake Slices Because Of Possible Health Risk | Mason Rashtian | Personal Injury Attorney

Recalled shiitake mushrooms

On or May 23, 2012, a press release was issued involving L.A. LINK (HUNTINGTON BEACH) CORPORATION of Cerritos, California.  In this press release, the following item was recalled:

  • Shiitake-Ya brand Gourmet Shiitake Slices with a “SELL BY date” of 04/16/2013

The recall was initiated because”the mushrooms may be contaminated with the chemicals carbendazim, fluoranthene, and pyrene.  Residues of these chemicals are not approved on dried mushrooms … L.A. Link (Huntington Beach) Corporation is taking this action to assure the safety of our consumers.”

According to the press release:  “The Gourmet Shiitake Slices were sold exclusively to Costco Wholesale locations in California, Oregon, and Washington.  The recalled mushrooms are packaged in 6 oz plastic jars with a SELL BY date of 04/16/2013 affixed to the bottom portion of the rear label.”

According to the press release, the item can be brought back for a full refund at place of purchase.  For a copy of this full press release, please click here.

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The Mason Law Firm | Recall: Oskri Corp. Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Cashews in “Peach Granola” | Mason Rashtian | Personal Injury Attorney

OSKRI Corp. PEACH GRANOLA

On or about May 30, 2012, a press release was issued regarding OSKRI Corp. of Lake Mills, WI.  Pursuant to this press release, a recall of the following item was issued:

  • 3.53 ounce bags of “Peach Granola”

The recall was made because this product may contain undeclared cashews.  Consumers with an allergy or severe sensitivity to cashews and/or other nuts run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if this product is consumed.

According to the press release:  “The recalled ‘Peach Granola’ was distributed nationwide to travel plazas and retail stores.  The product comes in a 3.53 ounce, flexible plastic bag, UPC 666016111743, marked with the following stamp, which can be found on the front of the bag in the upper right corner:

  • P 3/3/12
  • EXP 9/9/13
  • LOT 75

No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with the problem.”

According to the press release, the item can be brought back for a full refund.  For a copy of this full press release, please click here.

Disclaimer:  his recall has been brought to you by The Mason Law Firm, managed by Mason Rashtian.  This article is only for informational purposes and not meant to serve as legal advice.  For information on personal injury matters, please contact us at (800) 577-0149, or (661) 362-0805, or visit us at:

http://mrscvlaw.com

http://sfvalleylaw.com