Product Recalls

Raw macadamia nuts recalled for possible salmonella contamination

Raw macadamia nuts face possible salmonella contamination
Raw macadamia nuts face possible salmonella contamination

Marathon Ventures is recalling seven brands of packaged raw macadamia nuts that may have been contaminated with Salmonella.

The contamination was found during a routine product sampling by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and no illnesses or injuries have been reported.

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The recalled brands include Shurfine, Western Family, HyVee, Target's exclusive brand Market Pantry, Pear's Gourmet, Cash-Wa and in bulk through Nutpro. Customers should not consume the product and instead return it for a full refund or replacement.

Target has removed packages of Market Pantry Chopped Macadamia Nuts from store shelves and will not require customers to provide proof of purchase to return the recalled item, according to a statement from the company to CNBC.

The recalled products were sold between July 2, 2015, and Feb. 3, 2016, according to the FDA.