Deer Raisin Golden Recall: Best Food Cash & Carry Recalls Raisin Golden Packages Due to Presence of Sulfite

By on Sep 9, 2011 in Announcement, Food, Health, Lifestyle, Science, United States Comments

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Best Food Cash & Carry Inc. recalls its “Deer Raisin Golden” in 14 oz packages due to presence of sulfite. This was disclosed by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), September 7, 2011.

Reportedly, the uncoded”Raisin Golden” packages were distributed in retail in the Connecticut, New Jersey and New York stores.

The sulfite content was discovered by routine sampling done by New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food Inspector.

The presence of sulfite can cause severe anaphylactic shock in persons who are allergic to sulfite, more so in some patients with asthma.

A 10 milligram concentration of sulfite can cause these reactions. It was discovered that the “Deer Raisin Golden” has 11.07 milligrams.

As of September 7, 2011, there were no reported illnesses caused by the”Raisin Golden” packages.

The purchased “Deer Raisin Golden” 14 oz packages can be returned and refunded from the store where the goods are bought.

For further inquiries, consumers may contact the company at (718) 786-8961.



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