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Mary’s Gone Crackers issues product recall

Mary’s Gone Crackers Inc., Gridley, CA, issued a recall last week for two of its snack products because they may contain almond, an allergen not listed on the products’ ingredient label. The recalled products are:

  • Mary’s Gone Crackers Original Organic Crackers, 6.5 oz.; UPC 897580000106; lot number CK399; April 1, 2015 sell-by date
  • Mary’s Gone Crazy Sea Salt Sticks & Twigs Pretzels, 7.5 oz.; UPC 89758000051; lot number PR1433; Jan. 1, 2015 sell-by date

No illnesses have been reports. Customers who purchased these products should discard any unused portions and take their purchase receipt to the retailer from which they purchased them. Among the retailers who carried one or both of these items are Big Y, Giant Food, Martin’s Food Markets, Publix and Stop & Shop.

According to a statement on the company’s website (, it is conducting an extensive investigation into preventing any almond allergen cross-contamination. Mary’s Gone Crackers says it does not store any almond products onsite and does not use any almond products in any of its products.

For more information, call Mary’s Gone Crackers at 888-258-1250.

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