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Voluntary Recall of Limited Lots of Maple Almond Butter Jars and Chocolate Hazelnut Butter Jars

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FROM: U.S. Food & Drug Administration 

(FDA) - Justin's has initiated a voluntary recall of certain lots of its Maple Almond Butter 16oz jars and its Chocolate Hazelnut Butter 16oz jars due to the presence of foreign metallic fragments in unpackaged nut butter. While no metal has been found in any individual jars, out of an abundance of caution, Justin's initiated this voluntary recall. There have been no consumer complaints, illnesses or injuries reported to date.

Only the following products are affected:

  • Maple Almond Butter 16oz Jar (Unit UPC 894455000322, Case UPC 894455002135)
    • Lot Code 188 (Best By Date 07/07/14)
    • Lot Code 190 (Best By Date 07/09/14)
    • Lot Code 191 (Best By Date 07/10/14)
  • Chocolate Hazelnut Butter 16oz Jar (Unit UPC 894455000490, Case UPC 894455000612)
    • Lot Code 191 (Best By Date 07/10/14)
    • Lot Code 192 (Best By Date 07/11/14)

The "Best By" date can be located on the label of the jar between the UPC bar code and the nutrition facts panel.

No other Justin's products are involved in this recall.  The products were distributed nationally to numerous retailers and were available for purchase on the Internet from 07/18/13 to 08/14/13.  Justin's is committed to providing high-quality products, and the safety of our consumers is the company's utmost priority.
Consumers who have purchased the product can return it to its place of purchase for a full refund.

For additional questions please contact the company at 303-449-9559 or comments@justins.com, or visit www.justins.com for more information.
Phone lines are staffed from 9-5pm MST, Monday through Friday.

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