On December 10, FDA reported that Bokhary Foods Inc. (traded as Ekta Foods), has recalled Godavari brand dried apricots sold in clear plastic packages weighing 14 ounces (UPC 0 03657 5001 5) and 7 ounces (UPC 0 03658 50001 4). The relevant UPC number appears below the barcode on the label. These dried fruit products were delivered to stores in Connecticut, Massachusetts, or New York between July 10 and November 24, 2021, so if you buy the product in another state In other time frames, this notice will not apply to your dream.
The reason for the recall is the potential presence of undeclared sulfites, which can cause serious or potentially life-threatening reactions in people with a severe allergy or sensitivity to sulfites. The recall began after the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets discovered undeclared sulfites in 14-ounce packages. Fortunately, there have been no reports of illness or allergic reactions associated with either of these dried fruit products. The FDA recommends that any customers who have purchased affected apricots return them to the stores where they purchased them. Even if you haven’t bought a Godavari dream recently, you might want to think again about eating dried fruit at all.
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