Voluntary Recall of 9.5 oz. Trail’s End Caramel Corn with Peanuts


Weaver Popcorn, the makers of Trail’s End Popcorn, has issued a voluntary recall of some 9.5 oz. Trail’s End Carmel Corn with Peanuts.


“As a result of the expansion of Peanut Corporation of America’s (PCA) Salmonella related recall to include all peanut ingredient products produced in their Blakely, Georgia facility since January 1, 2007, Weaver Popcorn Company has issued a precautionary voluntary recall for the following product:


9.5 oz. Trail’s End Caramel Corn with Peanuts, with code date markings of “102861 109 JAN 19 08” through “102861 297 JUL 23 09”.


No other Trail’s End or Weaver Popcorn Company products are part of this recall.


“Although Weaver Popcorn has received no complaints or reports of any illness related to this product, we are taking this precautionary action out of an abundance of caution and consistent with our 80-year unwavering commitment to consumer safety and to providing the highest-quality products,” said Mike Weaver, Weaver Popcorn Company President and CEO.”


You can view the original press release over at Scouting News: http://scoutingnews.org/?p=1009




How much of this popcorn is still uneaten? This may help some Councils dispose of some unsold products. This will only make some attorneys rich. OOH my stomach hurts!!!!!!!!!!!!


By BigJim on February 5th, 2009 at 11:02 am

If only they could expand it to the microwave popcorn, I guess my Council has a few boat loads of it left over.

By missingarrow on February 5th, 2009 at 5:13 pm

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