Potato chips recall

Posted on December 29, 2016 by

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On December 19th, Route 11 Potato Chips was advised by its seasoning supplier that an ingredient in its Sour Cream & Chive seasoning was subject to a recall. The ingredient, nonfat dry milk powder, was produced in a facility where the FDA identified Salmonella in the environment.

Although no pathogenic material was found in the finished product supplied to Route 11,  to recall its Sour Cream & Chive Potato Chips, 2oz and 6 oz bags, produced with BEST BY DATES beginning with 2/9/17 and ending with 6/10/17.

To date, there have been no reported illnesses associated with this product.

The only product affected by this recall is the Sour Cream & Chive flavored potato chips.  Route 11 is known for having an excellent food safety record, and this its first recall event in the company’s 25 year history.

The company is asking consumers to return product to the store they purchased it, for a full refund.  If they purchased the product directly from Route 11, please contact the company for a refund or replacement.


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