Just this week there was a voluntary recall of Frank’s RedHot Buffalo Ranch Seasoning over concerns related to a possible Salmonella contamination.
The recall has been issued for the Frank’s RedHot Buffalo Ranch Seasoning and covers the buffalo ranch seasoning bottles that are 153g bottles and that have a best before date of September 6, 2022.
These are seasoning bottles that have been shipped to different areas around Canada, including Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia, as well as other parts of the country. So far it is reported that no illnesses have been linked to the potential risk that was allegedly brought to their attention through FDA testing.
These are not the only seasonings being pulled from the shelves over concerns of possible contamination. There are other seasonings that have also been pulled from the shelves recently in dozens of states in the U.S.
Four McCormick Seasonings have also been recently recalled for that possible salmonella contamination. They were products that had allegedly been shipped between June 20 and July 21 that ended up being sent to more than two dozen states.
The affected bottles in Canada for the buffalo ranch seasoning also reportedly have a UPC number of 066200021047 and they were also allegedly shipped between June 20 to July 21.
Find a Replacement or Refund for Recalled Frank’s RedHot Buffalo Ranch Seasoning
McCormick & Company, Inc. has asked that customers dispose of the product and call the company’s consumer affairs line at 1-833-776-7606 for a replacement or a refund.
Frank’s RedHot Buffalo Ranch Seasoning is one of the most popular seasoning brands in the country and it isn’t known how many might have purchased these potentially contaminated products before the issue came to light.
In the U.S. they are also recalling:
McCormick Perfect Pinch Italian Seasoning (1.31 oz. bottle and 2.25 oz. bottle)
McCormick Culinary Italian Seasoning
Frank’s RedHot Buffalo Ranch Seasoning
The seasonings being recalled have been shipped to at least 32 different states and were sold at places like Target, Publix, Walmart, and other venues.
In the U.S. customers there have also been asked to throw away any potentially contaminated seasonings and contact the McCormick Consumer Affairs 800-635-2867 line for a replacement or a refund of their seasoning.