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More nut butter recalls for Alaska, US

  • Author: Craig Medred
  • Updated: September 27, 2016
  • Published September 28, 2012

On Wednesday, fears of salmonella contamination prompted state of Alaska officials to issue a public statement warning consumers that Sunland brand nut butters, including almond, peanut and cashew, were being recalled. Now Harry and David, LLC is doing the same.

In press release, Harry and David, LLC announced its concerned that Salmonella may have contaminated their peanut and almond butters, which are manufactured by Sunland, Inc.

Harry and David, LLC products are sold through Harry and David and Wolferman's catalogs, websites and retail stores. The company decided to issue a press release after learning that some Sunland, Inc. nut butters had been recalled. Below is a list of Harry and David products subject to the nationwide recall.

UPC Code

Single Component Products




Harry & David® Crunchy Almond and Peanut Butter

Harry & David® Creamy Banana Peanut Spread

Harry & David® Creamy Raspberry Peanut Spread

Lot Codes

Multiple Component Products

1212M through 2372M

1212H through 2372H

1212C through 2372H

Harry and David® Apple Snack Box

Wolferman’s® Bee Sweet Gift Basket

Wolferman’s® Hearty Snack Gift Basket

Wolferman’s® All-Day Assortment Gift Basket

Wolferman’s® Father’s Day Basket

When consumed by humans, Salmonella often causes serious and uncomfortable illness and, occasionally, fatal infections in children and the elderly. Symptoms of Salmonella poisoning include fever, diarrhea, bloody stool, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.

Anyone experiencing symptoms of Salmonella should contact their health care provider.

Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to eat them, but instead return them to the place of purchase.

Further information can be obtained by contacting Harry and David's customer service at 800-233-1101, by visiting the state of Alaska DEC website or by visit the FDA here.

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