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Grocery Store Salads Recalled for Undeclared Peanuts

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adriana_trevino2 years ago

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Real Food has opted to recall more than 30 cases of their salad kit products after the kits were found to contain undeclared peanuts.

About the Real Food Salad Kit Recall

Real Foods of Seattle has issued a recall on peanut products in which peanuts were not declared as an ingredient. Specific products may be in form of sunflower seeds mixed with peanuts in salad kits such as the “Harvest Slaw Kit” and the “Broccoli Salad Kit”.

Consumers with severe sensitivity to peanuts or who have a peanut allergy run the risk of suffering a life-threatening reaction if the recalled products are consumed.

The FDA states 38 cases were delivered to various deli departments inside Haggen stores in the states of Oregon and Washington.

There have been no reported illnesses or injuries, but this recall is to prompt awareness and encourage the disposal of the product. For a full refund, consumers may take the product back to the store where it was purchased.

Specific Cities Acknowledged in the Salad Kit Recall

Oregon cities affected by the recall include: Ashland, Eugene, Lake Oswego, Keizer, Milwaukie, Oregon City

Washington cities include: Aberdeen, Auburn, Bellingham, Bremerton, Burien, Edmonds, Federal Way, Ferndate, Gig Harbor, Lake Forest Park, Lakewood, Liberty Lake, Marysville, Milton, Mount Vernon, Oak Harbor, Puyallup, Renton, Shoreline, and Tacoma

Peanut Allergy Statistics

According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology (AAAAI):

  • More than 3 million people in the United States report being allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, or both.
  • Less than 21% of patients with peanut allergy will outgrow it.
  • Peanut-related allergic reaction is the most common cause of food related death.
  • Four out of every 100 children have a food allergy.


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