Popcorn Indiana Recalls Several Bags of Popcorn due to Listeria
Popcorn Indiana, a Dale and Thomas company, is recalled several bags of their ready-to-eat popcorn due to Listeria contamination.
The recall pertains to several different flavors of the brand’s popcorn and also, those marked with “Best By” dates of Feb. 4, 2013, and March 12th, 2013. The recalled flavors include everything from basic caramel corn to Aged White Cheddar, American Cheese, Almond Biscotti, Bacon Ranch, Black & White Drizzle, Dark Fudge Chocolate Chip Drizzle, and Wasabi Reserve. The ready-to-eat popcorn was sold to various retailers and online on or after Aug. 8, 2012.
The company has released a statement regarding the recall. In the statement, the company states, “nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of those who buy our popcorn and the employees who make up our company,” it said in a statement. “We hold ourselves to standards that are among the highest in the industry, and as such, we regularly conduct testing beyond FDA requirements. We have never had a recall in our company history, and we are working to ensure this is our last.”
Popcorn Indiana is advising customers who have questions or concerns regarding the recall to contact them directly.
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