A food injury lawyer with the firm Eberstein & Witherite in Dallas, Amy Witherite, warned the citizens of Texas about the recall of cheese in Fort Worth by the US government health officials. Details of this recall can be found at www.fda.gov, she said.
Pimento sandwich spread from Ft. Worth, Texas based Mom’s Food Products has been recalled by the FDA after it was discovered that the labels did not contain enough warning or alerts on the egg ingredient. These sandwich spreads were expected to carry an egg allergen alert on their label providing details on the cheese.
Here is a list of facts on Pimento Cheese Spread, provided by Amy Witherite for the benefit of Texas residents -Product code of the Pimento Spread from Mom’s is UPC 83898 00114, a 5 oz black wedge. Expiration date between 15th and 18th December 2008 If consumers have with them a box of spread with above details, they can claim for a full refund by returning the spread to the place of purchase.
Queries or doubts regarding this can be addressed to Mom’s food products on their telephone 1-800-743-0010
For emergency medical assistance, call 911.
Witherite has been a very concerned food injury attorney from Dallas, Texas. She explained that people, who are sensitive to eggs, could even encounter allergic reactions which are life-threatening by consuming such products which are released without sufficient warning. She also said we see a lot of innocent people injured due to food products that are labeled wrong or fail to provide sufficient ingredient information. She added that Americans who have been thus injured by food companies can claim compensation for their damages and injuries.