J.M. Smucker Recalls NATIONWIDE Uncrustable Sandwiches for Salmonella

Posted on October 19, 2012 by


The J.M. Smucker Company announced a limited  recall of specific lots of bulk packs of sandwiches exclusively through foodservice sales channels. Peanut butter used in these products is associated with the Sunland, Inc. recall due to possible contamination and were used only in the production of certain lots of institutional 72-count bulk packs of sandwiches produced for and distributed exclusively through foodservice sales channels.


The recall does not impact any other Smucker products including those distributed through retail channels such as grocery, convenience or warehouse club stores. Smucker produces its own peanut butter for branded peanut butters and Uncrustables distributed in retail channels. Product Codes


Best-If-Used-By Dates


5150006650, 5150006611, 5150006612, 515000 6651, 5150006656, 5150006659, 5150006660, 5150006655, 5150006620, 5150006621 April 1, 2012 through

November 14, 2012


The impacted product is limited to 72-count bulk packs distributed in the foodservice channel

• The peanut butter was supplied through the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service and was produced by Sunland, Inc., which has issued an expanded national recall of some of its products due to possible contamination with salmonella.

• The Smucker Company did not manufacture the peanut butter

• The Smucker Company conducts microbiological testing on ingredients used in as well as finished product testing

There have been no reported illnesses associated with the consumption of this product but the company is nonetheless acting with an abundance of caution to protect consumer safety.


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