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Bush's Baked Beans announces voluntary recall

Certain varieties of canned Bush's Baked Beans product are being voluntarily recalled by the company because of a potential canning defect. (Source: Bush's Best) Certain varieties of canned Bush's Baked Beans product are being voluntarily recalled by the company because of a potential canning defect. (Source: Bush's Best)

(RNN) - Bush Brothers & Co.announced on Saturday a voluntary recall of certain 28-ounce cans of Bush’s Brown Sugar Hickory Baked Beans, Country Style Baked Beans and Original Baked Beans because of potentially defective side seams on cans.

In a statement, the company said internal quality assurance checkers identified the issue, which originated from a can supplier.

Bush’s said the problem has been corrected, no other products are affected and that no illnesses have been reported in connection with the recall.

The products affected are:

  • 28-ounce Bush’s Best Brown Sugar Hickory with case UPC of 003940001977 0 and lot codes 6097S GF and 6097P GF,
  • 28-ounce Bush’s Best Country Style  with case UPC of 0 39400 01974 9 and lot codes 6077S RR, 6077P RR, 6087S RR and 6087P RR
  • 29-ounce Bush’s Best Original with case UPC of 0 39400 01614 4 and lot codes 6057S LC and 6057P LC. 

All the recalled cans have a “best by” date of June 2019.  For questions about the recall, Bush’s Consumer Relations will be available at 1-800-590-3797 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday. More information is available at www.bushbeans.com.

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