Olam Chunky Salsa Recall Issued Due to Glass Shard Contamination
Chunky salsa sold at Dollar Tree and similar discount stores has been recalled, due to reports that it may be contaminated with glass fragments that pose a potential laceration risk for consumers.
The Mild and Medium Chunky Salsa recall was announced by the FDA on July 22, after at least three consumers reported finding glass in the salsa.
Although there have been no injury reports in connection with the recalled salsa, the manufacturer, Olam Tomato Processors, Inc., has determined that jars from at least three different production codes may contain large pieces of glass. Company officials indicate that the glass may have gotten into the jars during the manufacturing process when some of the jars broke.
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The recall affects Mild Chunky Salsa (UPC 3927759137) with production code L12142 and a Best By Date of June 2015, and L04093 with a Best By Date of October 2015. It also affects Medium Chunky Salsa (UPC 392775913) with production code L01313 and a Best By Date of July 2015. The production code is located on the glass jar below the cap and above the label.
The recalled salsa was sold at Dollar Tree and Deals stores, Dollar Express and Dollar Bill$. Both were distributed by Greenbrier International, Inc. and manufactured by Olam Tomato Processors, Inc.
The FDA and the manufacturer recommend that consumers who purchased jars affected by the recall should not consume them and should return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.
Consumers with questions can call (800) 876-8697, ext. 15918.
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