Falafel is a popular Middle Eastern dish made from ground chickpeas, herbs, and spices. It is often served in a pita bread with hummus, tahini, and vegetables. In recent news, Trader Joe's has recalled its fully cooked falafel due to the potential presence of rocks.
The recall was issued on July 29, 2023, after the company received reports of customers finding rocks in their falafel. The affected product is Trader Joe's Fully Cooked Falafel, which is sold in 12-ounce packages. The packages have a UPC code of 07789204859.
If you have purchased Trader Joe's Fully Cooked Falafel, you should not eat it. You can return the product to any Trader Joe's store for a full refund.
The company is investigating the source of the rocks and is working to ensure that this does not happen again.
The Trader Joe's falafel recall is a reminder to always be aware of the potential for food contamination. If you find anything unusual in your food, do not eat it and contact the manufacturer.
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For more information about the Trader Joe's falafel recall, please visit the company's website or call their customer service line.