February 25, 2000"Campbells Healthy
Request Vegetable Beef Condensed Soup" Recalled for Metal Contamination
Camden, NJ (SafetyAlerts) - Campbell Soup Co. is
voluntarily recalling approximately 109,000 pounds of vegetable beef condensed canned soup
because the soup may contain metal contamination.
The product being recalled is 10 Ѕ ounce cans of
"Campbells Healthy Request Vegetable Beef Condensed Soup." Each can has
the code "SEP 01 09279" and "EST 4K DEAL (plus 4 digits indicating military
time)" ink-stamped on the end.
The product was distributed to the retail level in
Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico,
Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas.
Because of the potential for consumer injury,
consumers are urge not to eat the soup but return it to the place of purchase. This
recall has been classified as a Class
The problem was discovered through consumer
complaints to the company. No illnesses or injuries associated with consumption of the
product have been reported. Anyone concerned about an illness should contact a
Consumers with questions about the recall may
contact John Faulkner, Campbell Soup Co., at (856) 342-3738
Notice of this product warning was sent via email
to SafeMail subscribers February 25,
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