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Casablanca and Salma Curry Powder recalled due to undeclared peanuts

All sizes and lots of Salma & Casablanca Curry Powder have been recalled by Spice N’ More Corp. of Brooklyn, New York due to undeclared peanuts. The recalled curry powder was sold in 7, 9, 13, and 16 ounce plastic containers. The recalled curry powder containers were shipped nationwide to retailers, distributors, and direct to consumers of online orders. 


Recalled Products:

SALMA NATURAL CURRY POWDER in 13-ounce (368g) plastic containers with UPC code 023913159115

SALMA NATURAL JAMAICAN CURRY in 16-ounce (453g) plastic containers with UPC code 02391315923

CASABLANCA NATURAL SPICES CURRY POWDER in 7-ounce (198g) plastic containers with UPC code 639235101314

CASABLANCA NATURAL SPICES CURRY JAMAICAN in 9-ounce (255g) plastic containers with UPC code 639235101338


The recall was initiated after New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food  Inspectors learned that the curry was packaged in containers that didn’t indicate the presence of peanuts. While a mislabeled curry powder might seem like just an oversight, the consumption of peanuts by those with an allergy can be severe, and in rare instances fatal. If you purchased any of the recalled curry powder, you can return it to your retailer for a refund.

To read the full FDA release on this recall, follow this link: