A California-based company is voluntarily recalling 8,150 cartons of its Jammy Sammy Strawberry Jam & Peanut Butter Flavor Snack Size Sandwich Bars due to a mislabeled inner wrapper.
Some of the individually-wrapped packages within each carton are incorrectly labeled as Honey Graham or Strawberry Yogurt flavors, and therefore do not contain proper warnings about peanut product within the package.
The cartons in question are labeled with a June 28, 2012 “best by” date and are marked with the universal product code (UPC) #89676600116 6, located on the bottom of the package. Each contains 5 individually-packaged sandwich bars.
The product contains organic peanut flour and organic peanut extract, which are identified on the outside of the carton but not listed on the mislabeled inner wrappers.
Jammy Sammys are produced by Revolution Foods, a company in the Nest Collective group of consumer product brands.
“The Jammy Sammy™ product meets Nest Collective’s high standard for quality, however due to a labeling error during production, we are proactively removing this product from the market” said Neil Grimmer, Founder & CEO of Nest Collective in the recall notice.
Consumers who purchased the mislabeled product should return it to the store where they purchased it for a full refund, or contact Nest Collective at firstname.lastname@example.org. The company can also be reached at 1-866-362-1562.© Food Safety News