RECALL: About 700 pounds of bacon marmalade were not inspected

Over 700 pounds of Firehouse Jams, LLC uncured bacon marmalade with oranges and balsamic caramelized onions were recalled because they weren't federally inspected | PROVIDED

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Over 700 pounds of Firehouse Jams, LLC uncured bacon marmalade with oranges and balsamic caramelized onions were recalled because they weren't federally inspected | PROVIDED

Firehouse Jams LLC, of Erwinna, Pennsylvania, is recalling 709 pounds of uncured bacon marmalade with oranges and balsamic caramelized onions because the marmalade was not inspected.

The marmalade was produced on July 10, 2021, Dec. 3, 2021, and March 1.

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The recalled products are 10.5 ounce jars of “Eat This – YUM! - Uncured Bacon Marmalade with Oranges and Balsamic Caramelized Onions” with lot codes 7/23, 11/23, 12/23 and 3/24 with a two-year shelf life.

Jars bear establishment number “EST. 47682 inside the USDA mark of inspection, and were sold online and in retail locations nationwide.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection said it was notified the thermally processed, commercially sterile marmalade products were not inspected due to a complaint with the Office of the Inspector General.

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Consumers haven’t reported any adverse reactions due to the marmalade, the FSIS said, but anyone worried about a reaction should speak to a health care provider.

Consumers not to eat the recalled product, but to return it to the store or throw it away.

Anyone with more questions about the recall can contact the owner of Firehouse Jams, Gino De Schrijver at 908-777-1465.

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