Tahini Salmonella Lawyer Update: States that received potentially contaminated tahini identified
Brodt Zenatti Holding LLC recently recalled all of its tahini products because they are potentially contaminated with salmonella. The company, based in Jupiter, Florida, distributed the tahini under the brand names Karawan and SoCo. The potentially contaminated tahini products were imported from Palestine and distributed directly to New York and Texas. It is now known that those distributors then shipped the tahini products that may be contaminated with salmonella to Massachusetts and Virginia.
Four people have become ill from consuming the tahini and one person has been hospitalized because of the severity of their salmonella-related symptoms. Recalled Karawan and SoCo brand tahini was sold in bulk and in retail sizes: 450g jars (15.87 ounces), 17kg buckets (599.6 ounces), and 3kg buckets (105.8 ounces). The potentially contaminated tahini products were imported between December 2018 and April 2019.
According to Tahini Salmonella lawyer Ron Simon, consumers should be aware of any tahini that may be in their homes that could be contaminated with salmonella and that could cause serious health issues. The retail label for SoCo brand tahini includes:
Labels for the recalled Karawan brand tahini products include:
According to Tahini Salmonella lawyer Ron Simon, as is customary in an outbreak like this, Brodt Zenatti Holding LLC has ceasedd importing or distributing the tahini while the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) investigates to identify the source of the salmonella.
For more information about the Salmonella Tainted Tahini Imported Directly to Texas and New York, or to speak to a Tahini Salmonella Lawyer, call 1-888-335-4901.