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article imageFDA recall of Amish Wedding Foods butter products Special

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By Kim I. Hartman     May 17, 2010 in Food
Millersburg - A traditional Amish wedding involves food preparation that starts a year before the wedding. Only their very best recipes are on the reception table, hence the name Amish Wedding. Today their very best recipes prepared up to a year ago are being recalled.
Amish Wedding Foods, Inc and Troyer Cheese. have issued a voluntary recall on pumpkin butter and sweet potato butter products, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
Luke Stutzman of Amish Wedding Foods said this morning: "There are no reported illnesses or incidents to date and this recall is voluntary. Consumer safety is their primary concern in initiating the recall."
These products were sold under the following brands: Amish Wedding Foods, Finney's Bulk Foods, Our Maker's Acres, Uncle Charlies Products, Grandpa's Cheese Barn, Laird Ranch, Lonesome Dove Guest & Buffalo Ranch, Slovacek Sausage Co., Snacks & More, Brumfield Farm Market, Goldie's Front Porch Inc., Horrocks Farm Market, Moose Mercantile, Nostalgic Mercantile, Planktown Country Market, Swiss Meat & Sausage Company, Apple Barn, Apple Castle, Brights Nursery, Cagle Steaks, Country Creations, Damascus General Store, Do it Best Copr., Dutch Pantry, Granny's Oven Fresh, Hattie's Cafe & Gifts, Millburn Orchards, MMKM Family Produce Market, Sauders Store Inc., The Restoration Society Inc., Weaver's Country Market, Wilson's Farm Market, Yoder's Craft & Gifts, Abbott Farms, Amish Cheese House, Amishables, Ashe Cheese NC, Boggio's Little Mtn. Orchard, Farmers Peach Corner, Fisher's Country Store PA, Graves Farm & Garden, Great Sports Products, Gruene General Store, Gruene Haus, Holden Brothers Produce, House of Carter, Kerr Farm Market, Klemke's Sausage Haus, Nature Way Country Store, Riley's Gifts and More, Rocky Mountain Pantry, Shaffer's Market, STUBBYS INC., The Farm Store, The Round Barn.
The popularity of foods with the Amish labeled names are increasing as consumers are becoming concer...
The popularity of foods with the Amish labeled names are increasing as consumers are becoming concerned with pesticides and preservatives use.
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Stutzman said that the Millersburg manufacturing facility Troyer Cheese began producing the Amish Wedding Foods Product line in 2008.
Amish Wedding Foods Product have been well received by consumers searching a high quality, good tasting food like the pumpkin butter and sweet potato butter they make and distribute under a variety of labels
When asked how many jars of these foods may have been distributed and in home and stores today, Stutzman was not sure on the total count.
The problem with the current products that are on the market is the in PH level being to high which can create the conditions needed for botulism to develop.
Troyer Cheese will soon change the Amish Wedding Foods brands manufacturing process to lower the acid which in turn will eliminate the concerns they have now with the products that are already being distributed in many different stores across the country, said Stutzman.
The recalled Sweet Potato Butter and Pumpkin Butter were sold to distributors and retailers in the following states: AL. AZ, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, VT, VA, WA, WV, WI, WY.
Amish Wedding Foods are well known for their taste and exceptional quality and are widely distribute...
Amish Wedding Foods are well known for their taste and exceptional quality and are widely distributed.
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The popularity of food products with the "Amish labels" have increased steadily over the past 20 years as more research continues on preservatives. Also there are growing concerns with health problems from pesticides used on plants, vegetables and fruits grown as pointed out in another news story by Stephanie Dearing today on a study on Pesticides and ADD/ADHD.
A recent report in The Tennessean suggests Amish breads, cheeses, pickles, jams and relishes are finding new fans in middle Tennessee. Non-Amish eaters who pointedly avoid preservatives are now regular customers at the nation's southernmost Amish produce auction and Michael Yates' Amishables in Brentwood, Tennessee and this trend is widespread.
Botulism is a rare but serious paralytic illness caused by a nerve toxin that is produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. Foodborne botulism is a severe type of food poisoning caused by the ingestion of foods containing the potent neurotoxin formed during growth of the organism. The incidence of the disease is low, but the disease is of considerable concern because of its high mortality rate if not treated immediately and properly says Foodborne Illness.
Classic symptoms of botulism include double vision, blurred vision, drooping eyelids, slurred speech, difficulty swallowing, dry mouth, and muscle weakness. Infants with botulism appear lethargic, feed poorly, are constipated, and have a weak cry and poor muscle tone.
Foodborne Illness said ,"Most of the 10 to 30 outbreaks that are reported annually in the United States are associated with inadequately processed, home-canned foods, but occasionally commercially produced foods are implicated as the source."
Amish Wedding Foods, Inc. recall is specifically for the following products:
1.Pumpkin Butter 9 oz. UPC code# 0 49646 50014 7
2.Pumpkin Butter 16 & 18 oz. UPC code# 0 49646 65549 6
3.Sweet Potato Butter 16 & 18 oz. UPC code# 0 49646 65550 2
Any consumer that has this product should return the product to the store of purchase or destroy this product.
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