Craisin Recall

November 29, 2011 by staff 

Craisin Recall, Ocean Spray will voluntarily recall certain production lots of Original Flavor Craisins because of the possible presence of small hair-like metal fragments, the company announced Monday.

The company added in a press release that the dried cranberry product Craisins recalled in five-, 10- and 48-ounce and 10-pound packages were unlikely to cause any harm to consumers. According to the release, Ocean Spray has not received any consumer complaints about the products involved in the recall, and no other Ocean Spray products have been affected.

The announcement comes immediately following Thanksgiving, when cranberry sauce is a staple for many family dinners across the United States.

Ocean Spray spokesman John Isaf told IBTimes in an email that the company discovered the problem after it experienced a malfunction on a piece of equipment on the production line at a manufacturing facility in Markham, Wash.

“We’ve identified the source of the problem and corrective maintenance has been performed on the equipment, and additional preventative maintenance and inspections have been instituted throughout our network,” Isaf said.

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