The New Jersey product liability attorneys at Breslin and Breslin are reporting that Whole Foods Market has recalled a number of items prepared with cumin that may have contained peanuts.
Items prepared with the ground spice, which was provided by a supplier, were sold between Jan. 14 and Feb. 6. Affected dishes such as prepared salads, seasoned meat items, tacos and other seasoned items were sold in stores in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and nearly a dozen other states.
Whole Foods Market was notified by the supplier that undeclared peanut protein was found in cumin supplied to some of its facilities, according to the FDA.
No allergic reactions have yet been reported. However, if you or a loved one suffered injury from ingesting an incorrectly marked product from Whole Foods, you may be entitled to legal recourse. Those who suffer injury as a result of food contamination may be eligible to recover compensation for damages including, but not necessarily limited to, lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering. To find out if you are eligible to file a product liability claim, contact the experienced and trusted New Jersey product liability attorneys at Breslin and Breslin today for a free consultation. Call Breslin and Breslin at 201-546-5881.
For a complete list of affected products, visit www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls.