February 3, 2009: Stonewall Kitchen Recalls Products

February 3rd, 2009

On January 23, 2009, Stonewall Kitchen of York, Maine, recalled seven dessert sauces because the products have the potential to be contaminated with the life-threatening foodborne pathogen, Clostridium botulinum. Stonewall Kitchen warns consumers not to consume the recalled sauces, even if they do not look or smell spoiled.

Products subject to the recall:

According to a company press release, the products were distributed nationwide to consumers through the nine Stonewall Kitchen Company Stores, Stonewall Kitchen’s direct-to-consumer division (catalog/internet) and through their wholesale division. Products could have been purchased individually or within a gift basket. This recall affects all product codes and expiration dates for:

Stonewall Kitchen Chocolate Hazelnut Sauce (SKU 161312) – round glass jar, 12 oz.

Stonewall Kitchen Chocolate Peanut Butter (SKU 161211) – round glass jar, 12 oz.

Stonewall Kitchen Coffee Caramel Sauce (SKU 161204) – round glass jar, 13 oz.

Stonewall Kitchen Dulce de Leche Sauce (SKU 161214) – round glass jar, 12.5 oz.

Barefoot Contessa Espresso Dulce de Leche (SKU 542313) – round glass jar, 10.5 oz.

The following list of products was distributed nationwide to consumers through A-Hold Corporation (Stop & Shop and Giant stores). This recall affects all product codes and expiration dates for:

Simply Enjoy Coffee Caramel Sauce – square glass jar, 13 oz.

Simply Enjoy Chocolate Peanut Butter Sauce – square glass jar, 12 oz.

Clostridium botulinum toxin can cause botulism, a serious and sometimes life-threatening condition. The toxin cannot be removed by cooking or freezing.  To learn more please click Symptoms and Complications of Botulism.

The above information has been posted as a courtesy by Food Poisoning Lawyer, Eric H. Weinberg. Please read carefully, and keep yourself and your loved ones safe!

For information concerning recent food poisoning outbreaks and food poisoning litigation, please see Peanut Butter Lawsuit, Listeria Lawyer, and Salmonella Lawyer.

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