Shenandoah Growers, Inc (Harrisonburg, VA) out of an abundance of caution, has issued a limited, voluntary recall of approximately 15,000 units in select packages, due to a possible health risk from Cyclospora.

These were packed under branded and private label fresh cut organic certified basil clamshells at its Jefferson, GA facility and Harrisonburg, VA facility with the following lot codes, all with the country of origin of Colombia. Recalled products were distributed to select retail stores between 10/20/2020 and 10/30/2020 in various states including Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Washington DC.

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Affected lot codes:

LOT Number:

Brand:

Size:

UPC:

PV14334C296The Fresh Market0.5oz7-37094-23027-2
PV64308E304Good & Gather0.5oz0-85239-12215-0
PV64308C296Naturally Better0.5oz6-07880-20230-4
PV64308A300Naturally Better0.5oz6-07880-20230-4
PV64308D300Naturally Better0.5oz6-07880-20230-4
PV14334E297Nature’s Promise4.0oz6-88267-16220-6
PV14334E297Nature’s Promise2.5 oz6-88267-54893-2
PV14334E297Nature’s Promise0.5oz6-88267-19910-3
PV14334B296Nature’s Promise0.5oz6-88267-19910-3
PV14334C297O Organics0.66oz0-79893-98072-0
PV 14334E297O Organics4.0oz0-79893-98081-2
PV64308B294Simple Truth3.0oz0-11110-00876-3
PV64308D297Simple Truth3.0oz0-11110-00876-3
PV64308E295That’s Tasty3.0oz7-68573-53001-9
PV64308E296That’s Tasty2.0oz7-68573-51510-8
PV64308A298That’s Tasty3.0oz7-68573-53001-9
PV14334C296Wild Harvest0.25oz7-11535-50450-4
PV14334C296Wild Harvest4.0oz7-11535-50323-1
PV14334C296Wild Harvest2.0oz7-11535-50762-8

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The Shenandoah Growers recall includes only those clamshells of certified organic basil clearly marked with the affected lot codes listed above. The lot code can be found printed on each clamshell.

This precautionary recall notification is being issued due to an isolated instance in which a package pulled by the Florida Department of Agriculture on 11/2/2020 from a retail store in Florida indicated the potential presence of Cyclospora.

Affected Shenandoah Growers customers have been notified of the recall and instructed to immediately remove and discard recalled products from all store shelves, distribution and other inventories to ensure they are no longer available for sale or consumption.

These products were harvested and packed nearly 4 weeks ago and should no longer be in commerce.

Cyclosporiasis is an intestinal infection caused by the Cyclospora parasite. A person may become infected after ingesting contaminated food or water. Common symptoms include severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, body aches and fatigue. The infection is treated with antibiotics and most people respond quickly to treatment.

No other Shenandoah Growers products are subject to recall, and the company has no knowledge of any illness reported or related to this product.

Consumers who may have a recalled basil product should discard it immediately and not eat it. Consumers with questions, or to obtain refunds, may contact the Shenandoah Growers Consumer Response Center at 844-896-6939 Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm Eastern time.

Shenandoah Growers takes food safety matters very seriously, and stringently follows all mandated regulations and implements preventive measures designed to minimize potential risks. Shenandoah Growers is working in close coordination with regulatory officials, including the FDA, on this matter.

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