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November 4, 2009: Jelly Bean Recall

The Jelly Belly Candy Company, located in Fairfield, California, has issued a recall due to an undeclared ingredient.

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The 7.5 oz. container of 49 Flavors jelly beans does not have peanuts or peanut flour listed on the ingredient label.  Peanuts are a known allergen and may cause severe reactions.

According to Jelly Belly “[t]he Jelly Belly 49 Flavors cylinder packages were shipped to approximately 200 independent stores nationwide from September 29 to October 30, 2009. Product was packaged in a clear 7.5-ounce acetate cylinder with white label on the bottom of the package with lot codes 090925, 090928, 090929 or 091001. UPC code 071567989398.”  Images of the recalled product can be seen here. 

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