Huangfushanzen Dried Mushrooms Recalled Due to Sulfites

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Huangfushanzen Dried Mushrooms Recalled Due to Sulfites
Huangfushanzen Dried Mushrooms Recalled Due to Sulfites

Huangfushanzen Dried Mushrooms Recalled Due to Sulfites

On March 24, 2020, Tiffany Food Corp. based in Brooklyn, New York, issued a recall on their “Huangfushanzen Huang Mountain Tea Mushroom (黄府山珍茶花菇) Dried Mushrooms” with UPC 6 943153 804047.  The recall was made due to the possibility of undeclared sulfites.  Sulfites usually are used to prevent browning or discoloration in foods like bread, potatoes, and condiments; but more specifically in dried fruits like apricots.  Allergies could be possible, so undeclared packaging of sulfites could be dangerous.

The Huangfushanzen Huang Mountain Tea Mushroom (黄府山珍茶花菇) Dried Mushrooms was distributed in a few states including Florida, Ohio, California, and Massachusetts. The product is packaged in 170g/6oz clear, green, gold, and red plastic bags with UPC 6 943153 804047.  No illnesses have been reported due to this recall as of March 24th.

The recall was initiated by Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS).  Consumers with questions may contact the company at (347)627-8588 Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm EST.

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