Wakefield, VA – Virginia Diner, Inc. is recalling 10 oz. cans of Happy Holidays Pecan Turtledoves Chocolate Caramel Pecan Clusters (Candy) at the company’s Wakefield, VA location because they may contain peanuts and peanut allergens. This problem was discovered by a consumer who received and opened a Pecan Turtledove can and found Peanut Turtledoves.
The Virginia Diner has not received any reports of illness or injury to date regarding this product.
Only the following PRODUCT and LOT CODE is affected, found on the bottom of each can:
UPC Code: 0 85582 01155 2
Weight: 10 oz
Package Type: Can
Label: Happy Holidays Pecan Turtledoves Chocolate Caramel Pecan Clusters
Lot Code: 092915 PNT
BEST BY: 09 23 16
The recall does not apply to any other Virginia Diner branded products.
These Pecan Turtledoves were sold and distributed via fundraising organizations between September 30, 2015 and November 5, 2015. Participants accepted pre-orders on order forms, turned the completed forms in to the organization, which then turned the complete groups order in to the Virginia Diner for fulfillment. Orders were packed and shipped back to the organization for distribution within this 9/30/15-11/05/15 time frame. Each participant delivered the products to the end buyer. The Virginia Diner, Inc. is contacting affected groups and customers who may have received this mislabeled product, and are providing a list of participants of each group to be contacted. Consumers should return the product to the organization from which it was purchased for a replacement.
Additionally, orders were entered by the end consumer on the www.virginiadiner.com website. The web orders were shipped directly to the consumer. Each buyer has been contacted via phone and/or email.
Consumers who may have questions or concerns should contact the Virginia Diner at 800-935-4004, Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm EDT.
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