Jammy Sammy Sandwich Bars Recalled Over Mislabeling

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I thought I would bring you news of another product recall that happened over the weekend in case you missed it.

The product in question is called Jammy Sammy Strawberry Jam and Peanut Butter Sandwich Bars.  8,150 units are affected by this recall, which was issued because an inner wrapping did not provide the requisite safety information.  The product listed above contains peanuts, which the outer wrapping says in its ingredient listings.  However, some of the individual items were incorrectly labelled with a different product’s packaging materials that did not mention having peanuts in the ingredients list.  Both products have a warning about the items being made in a facility that processes peanut products.

The items were sold all across the country and came in a 5 ounce package with a Best By date of June 28, 2012 and a UPC of 8 96766 00116 6.  Purchasers can return the product to the place where it was bought for a full refund.

As a personal injury attorney in San Jose, I understand how a product that contains peanuts can affect those with allergies or sensitivities to that product.  Luckily, no adverse effects have been reported yet in conjunction with this product, and it’s my hope as a Fresno personal injury lawyer that it stays that way and no incidents happen.