Full Circle Nut Blend Recalled by John B. Sanfilippo and Son

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The presence of undeclared soy and milk has triggered the immediate recall of Full Circle Concierge Snack Nut Blend sold in 11 ounce packs and having a best by date of November 2. These ingredients have the potential to cause severe, even life-threatening allergic reactions in certain groups of people that have sensitivities to such ingredients. As such, all consumers are being warned of the risk by the producer of the nut blend, John B. Sanfilippo and Son.  They are requesting that all users return the products to the original place of purchase for a full refund or an exchange for another item.

The nuts have an item code of V28392 and a UPC of 036800 28392.  Customers could have purchased the item in Minnesota from Lunds stores, and they were also available in Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania via a chain of grocers called Weis Markets.

As of yet, there have been no reported severe reactions in conjunction with the consumption of the Full Circle brand nut blend described above.

As a personal injury lawyer in Fresno, I’m sad to see yet another product that could pose an imminent danger to someone with an allergy who accidentally consumed the very item they were trusting their food not to contain.  Although the recall took place on the opposite side of this country, you never know when the item could show up in California given how easy travel is nowadays.  It’s my sincere wish as a Los Angeles personal injury attorney that this issue gets quickly resolved before some unlucky person gets hurt.