Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Oregon Food bank Recalls 11 Tons of Chia Seeds for Rodent Droppings (US/Oregon + Clark County, WA)

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Reason for Recall: “evidence of rodent activity” in its stock
Company: Live Local Organic of Milwaukie, Oregon
Product: Chia Seeds

Details: Consumers should dispose of the product immediately and can get additional information by contacting the food pantry where they received the product or from Oregon Food Bank’s Facilities and Regulatory Compliance Manager Ryan Wist at 503-419-4160.

The recall includes all chia seeds distributed between Nov. 1, 2017, and March 9 this year. The recalled chia seeds are packaged in 1-pound plastic poly film bags with a twist-type closure or a resealable pouch. The package labels have a use-by date of Nov. 18 this year.

“Product which was still in inventory at Oregon Food Bank was determined to contain rodent droppings. Subsequent investigation indicates the chia seeds were observed to have evidence of rodent activity by the donor, Live . The recall was initiated after it was determined all chia seeds received in this donation might be at risk.”

Regions: US/Oregon + Clark County, WA


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