Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Nov 05, 2012 in Defective Products
Arizona residents are warned to take caution before biting into their next carrot chip. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning as the California-based company, Bolthouse Farms, voluntarily recalls a small quantity of carrot chips.
On October 22, following the company's routine sampling event, Bolthouse Farms recalled the 16-ounce carrot chips bags, according to the FDA. The carrot chips may have been contaminated by Salmonella. The company warns that approximately 5,600 cases of the product were shipped out to stores, including some of which are located in Arizona.
While no consumers have reported any illnesses as of yet, the company warns Arizona residents who may have purchased these Bolthouse Farms Carrot Chips at Vons or Albertsons must not consume. If you have purchased these chips, Bolthouse Farms encourages you to bring them back to the stores for a full refund or exchange.
If you or a loved one believes that you have fallen ill after consuming Bolthouse Farms carrot chips, please contact a Phoenix personal injury attorney from the law offices of Phillips Law Group at your earliest convenience. Ph: 1-800-706-3000.
The Phillips Law Group. All rights reserved. All materials contained on the Phillips Law Group website are copyrighted including trademarks, and other proprietary information including the content on its blogs, the home page, and all website pages. The material contained on this website may not be copied, reproduced, modified, transmitted, displayed, or distributed without written permission of the Phillips Law Group. Any reposting, distribution, or displaying of website content on any other business website without prior written consent is a violation of copyright laws. The Phillips Law Group disclaims all liability for content maintained on other websites that are linked to this firm's website.
PMP Marketing Group