A recall of a limited amount of Woodstock Tamari Almonds was announced due to incorrect labeling. The label on the product did not state it contained soy, which is an allergen.
According to the FDA report, the Woodstock Tamari Almonds were shipped to retailers in Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin, and District of Columbia.
The Woodstock Tamari Almonds that are part of this recall are labeled correctly on the front of the package. The back label is incorrect, excluding the information about soy content. The 7.5 ounce packages have the UPC 0-42563-00838-3 with the best by date of 10/24/13.
As with any recalled food, consumers will be able to return the recalled Woodstock Tamari Almonds to the place of purchase for a complete refund. Those who are not allergic to soy will have no issues if these nuts are eaten.
At this point there are no illnesses have been reported due to the mislabeled Woodstock Tamari Almonds. Consumers with questions can call 888-534-0246, extension 25154. Someone is available to answer questions Monday through Friday.
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