Diamond of California macadamia nuts recalled due to possible Salmonella contamination

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NEW YORK — Diamond of California macadamia nuts have been recalled after traces of Salmonella were found in its products.

Snyder’s Lance and the Food and Drug Administration announced the recall Monday for the products — the 4 oz. Diamond of California Chopped Macadamia Nuts and 2.25 oz. Diamond of California Macadamia Halves and Pieces.

Although both products are being pulled from store shelves, FDA officials only found Salmonella in the 4 oz. package of Chopped Macadamia Nuts.

There have been no reported illnesses, according to the FDA.

Consumers who see a “Best Before Date”  of Nov. 16 and 17, 2017 on the Diamond of California Chopped Macadamia Nuts packages and Dec. 6 and 7, 2017 on the Diamond of California Macadamia Halves and Pieces are advised to toss them out.

Anyone who has purchased one of the recalled items can receive a refund through the company’s website.

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