Back to Nature Food Company recalls trail mix

FDA announced Back to Nature Foods Company voluntary recall of trail mix.

San Francisco, CA (–The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a voluntary recall of a food product made by Back to Nature Foods Company on Wednesday. The food manufacturer recalled its Nantucket Blend trail mix which contains pistachio nuts and was distributed in retail stores across the United States. The food product company has concerns of possible Salmonella bacteria contamination.

The following nut containing trail mix products have been recalled and consumers are urged not to eat them:

-Back to Nature Nantucket Blend trail mix, 28 oz. bag, UPC code 59283-00020 and a “best by” date between 08 20 09 and 12 12 09.
-Back to Nature Nantucket Blend trail mix, 10 oz. bag, UPC code 59283-31039 and a “best by” date between 11 04 09 and 12 12 09.

Salmonella bacteria is known to cause serious illness and sometimes even fatal infections in babies, young children, elderly people and consumers with weakened immune systems. All consumers in the United States are at risk of illness and injury if they ingest Salmonella. The “best by” date is located on the back of the packages. Consumers can contact the company at 1-866-538-8280 and are urged to discard all packages. news for injured victims and San Francisco product liability claims attorneys.

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