Three varieties of Bush Beans that are subject to a recall for potentially defective 28-ounce cans. (
Bush Beans has announced a voluntary recall of three of its brands of baked beans after concerns were raised about potentially defective seams on the cans.
The Bush Brothers & Company announced the recall for its 28-ounce cans of Bush’s Brown Sugar Hickory Baked Beans, County Style Beans and Original Baked Beans.
The recall was announced Saturday.
According to a statement from the company, the recall was initiated by the company after internal quality-assurance checks identified an issue with potentially defective seams.
"Subsequent investigations indicated a temporary quality issue from one of our can suppliers. The problem was corrected and no other product is affected," the statement said.
The statement notes that so far no illnesses have been associated with any of the Bush products in question.
The company is urging people who have any of the varieties of beans in question to dispose of them even if the beans do not look or smell spoiled. The company is also working with supplies to remove affected cans from the shelves.
Affected products are marked on the bottom of each with with the following codes:
- BUSH’S(r) BEST BROWN SUGAR HICKORY BAKED BEANS Voluntary Recall – 28 ounce with UPC of 0 39400 01977 0 and Lot Codes 6097S GF and 6097P GF with Best By date of Jun 2019.
- BUSH’S(r) BEST COUNTRY STYLE BAKED BEANS Voluntary Recall – 28 ounce with UPC of 0 39400 01974 9 and Lot Codes 6077S RR, 6077P RR, 6087S RR, 6087P RR with the Best By date of Jun 2019.
- BUSH’S(r) BEST ORIGINAL BAKED BEANS Voluntary Recall – 28 ounce with UPC of 0 39400; 01614 4 and Lot Codes 6057S LC and 6057P LC with the Best By date of Jun 2019.
The company’s Consumer Relations department has a switchboard open to available to answer any questions on the recall. The number is 1-800-590-3797 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Information may also be found on our website at www.bushbeans.com
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