We want you know what’s in the food you eat and the items you buy. So when we’re notified about product recalls and alerts, we want you to know, quickly. We always post information here, and we’ll also email individuals on our email list for larger recalls.

If you purchased affected items, please return them to one of our stores for a full refund. If you’ve used a product and are experiencing any symptoms, please see your healthcare provider without delay. Your safety comes first.

Recent recalls and alerts

KIND Oats & Honey Granola | Recall

July 7, 2020

Voluntary recall due to the possible presence of sesame seeds, which are not listed as an ingredient on the packaging. Products that could be affected have a UPC code of 60265217186-4 and 60265225101-6 with the Best By dates of April 4 to June 1, 2021 (for 11 ounce pouches) and April 30 to June 1, 2021 (17 ounce pouches).

Siete Grain Free Cashew Tortillas | Recall

May 14, 2020

Voluntary recall due to the possible presence of foreign material. Products that could be affected have a UPC code of 865336000045 and lot codes of C0220CW, C0320CW, C0420CW, C2120CW, D0620CW, and D0720CW.

Enoki mushrooms | Recall

March 10, 2020

Voluntary recall due to the possible presence of listeria monocytogenes. For details, go to the USDA recalls website.

Evol cilantro-lime chicken burrito | Recall

January 10, 2020

Voluntary recall due to the possible presence of eggs. For details, go to the USDA recalls website.

Bob’s Red Mill 13 Bean soup mix | Recall

January 10, 2020

Voluntary recall due to the possible presence of glyphosate. For details, go to https://www.bobsredmill.com/product-recall-notices.html.

 

 

Product recalls versus product alerts

Product recalls

The FDA and our vendors notify us about product recalls. We immediately remove those items from our shelves, email customers, and post the information on our website. To make sure you get emails from us, please subscribe at the bottom of this page.

Product alerts

Sometimes we’re sent product alerts, which are not formal recalls. We review the alert to see if there’s a health risk involved. If so, we remove the product from our shelves, post an alert on our website, and follow up with the vendor to see if there’s further information our customers should know.

See the FDA site for a full list of current recalled products.