Voluntary Recall for Certain Jones Seasoning Blends

Posted on January 23, 2012

1.6 oz bottles of Jones’ Mock Salt Original and Jones’ Mock Salt Spicy Southwest Blend (each considered an organic salt free seasoning) have been voluntarily recalled due to a possible salmonella contamination of the product.

The press release was posted to the FDA.  The celery seeds used in the blend are the ingredient that faces a possible contamination.  Jones Seasoning Blends LLC are not themselves responsible for the spread of salmonella; rather, the supplier of the seeds has been recalling their product, leading Jones to follow suit.

No illnesses have been reported as of yet in conjunction with the recall.  Affected locales include markets and grocery stores in Washington, California, and Minnesota, as well as internet orders through the Jones website.

If you or someone you know has purchased any of the mentioned products, please discontinue usage immediately  As a personal injury lawyer in Long Beach, it’s always good to see recalls happen before any potential damage has done, and to continue to prevent this damage, it’s important to heed any and all warnings.  Recalls are an important part of keeping our state and country in good health, and as a Long Beach personal injury attorney, I would advise following recall information closely.

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