The consumer reports news source has announced a new food product recall during the thanksgiving weekend.
Ocean Spray Company and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration agency are recalling the Craisins Dried Cranberries due to the possible existence of hair-like metal fragments in some Craisins’ lots.
The FDA has announced that up to this point, there hasn’t been any report of illnesses related to the presence of metal in the Ocean Spray Craisins products but that the alleged unlikeness of any consumer being injured because of this item shouldn’t keep the public from being informed.
According to the news article, the 5, 10 and 48 once bags of the Craisins Dried Cranberry manufactured by Ocean Spray are being recalled. The detailed lot numbers of all items that may contain metal fiber are listed in the recall announcement article.
Consumers should be adverted that Craisins packages with the letter ‘M’ stamped on the Best By date are the items that need to be taken back to the place of purchase.
As a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer, I realize that even if a certain issue with a product will not pose a serious risk to consumers and their loved ones, it is imperative that the company behind the contaminated or defected product will take responsibility for their mistakes.
Personal injury attorneys in Los Angeles urge readers to stay alert. Come back regularly to this blog so you’re always well informed about food and other products recall.