Food - Drink
Over 700 Pounds Of Bacon Marmalade Are Being Recalled. Here's Why
Although mainly associated with breakfast and pasta dishes, bacon is also used to create the delicious condiment known as bacon marmalade which is a must when serving a cheese platter. But if you’re a fan of this delicious spread you need to be aware that recently more than 700 pounds of bacon marmalade produced by Eat This YUM! have been recalled.
According to a statement issued April 16 by the USDA the jam, which also includes oranges and balsamic caramelized onions, went to market without having first been inspected by the department's Food Safety and Inspection Service. There have been no adverse events reported relating to consumption but the company still decided to recall it.
The marmalade that falls under the recall was sold in 10.5-ounce jars with the lot codes 7/23, 11/23, 12/23, and 3/24, and the establishment number 47682 written inside the USDA mark of inspection. Customers who have the product on hand in their refrigerators or pantries should throw it out or return it to the place of purchase.