Buurma Farms Inc. of Willard, OH, is recalling a few of its plain parsley after testing confirmed attainable contamination with Shiga-toxin producing E. coli.
The product being recalled is Buurma plain (flat-leaf) parsley with a harvest date of Aug. 30 from the corporate’s Gregory, MI, location.
“A random, routine regulatory pattern collected on Sept. 7 at a buyer’s distribution heart by the Michigan Division of Agriculture and Rural Improvement examined constructive for non-O157 STEC (Shiga-toxin producing E. Coli) and reported Sept. 13,” in line with the corporate’s recall discover posted by the Meals and Drug Administration
The pattern is at present being genome sequenced to find out whether it is pathogenic. Buurma Farms Inc. is coordinating the investigation with regulatory officers in reference to the recall. No diseases have been reported as of the posting of the recall discover.
The product being recalled was offered and shipped in 30 depend cartons to retailers in Ohio and Michigan between Aug. 31 and Sept. 3. It was additionally offered in 60 depend crates to wholesalers in Illinois, Pennsylvania, New York, and South Carolina between Sept. 2 and 4.
Retailers and wholesalers can discover the product code of the recalled parsley on the orange lot code sticker on every case and on the finish of the GTIN quantity beneath the bar code on the PTI label. Solely plain flat-leaf parsley with so much code of “2A242A6” and a PTI lot code of “2B243A6” is included on this recall.
Retailers and wholesalers identified to have obtained this product have already been contacted and requested to drag any doubtlessly contaminated product from distribution.
Particular person bunches of flat parsley offered to retailers for buy by customers would doubtless have a “BURMA FARMS Plain Parsley” twist-tie with a value look-up (PLU) variety of 4901 and a UPC code of 33383 80125.
The PLU and UPC numbers usually are not distinctive to Buurma Farms and could be on all flat/plain parsley no matter the place it’s from. So, customers ought to remember to search for the Buurma Farms brand.
The wholesale distribution channels concerned within the recall don’t have the twist-tie and as a substitute have solely a plain purple rubber band on the bunch.
Manufacturing of the product concerned has been suspended till FDA and different regulatory companies have accomplished their investigation.
The product concerned ought to already be out of distribution but when customers have any product they query, don’t eat it, however moderately discard it. Retailers and customers with questions might name the patron hotline at 866-827-3362.
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