Clif Bar is recalling 14 products in the U.S. and four in Canada because the peanut butter in those products was sourced from the Peanut Corporation of America.
“PCA is under investigation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a recent salmonella outbreak thought to be caused by tainted peanut butter,” a Clif Bar press release said. “In light of this investigation, and with an abundance of caution, Clif Bar & Company has enacted a voluntary recall. We take the health and safety of our consumers very seriously.”
Check their website http://www.clifbar.com/ to list the following 14 products are included in the recall. Only bars with wrappers that have the following BEST BY or SELL BY codes on them, in all sizes and packages, are being recalled:
If you purchased the recalled bars, the company asks that you destroy the food but hold on to the BEST BY, SELL BY or EXPIRY DATE/DATE D’EXPIRATION code found on the back of the package. For questions or a refund, contact the company online or call 1-800-CLIFBAR (1-800-254-3227).