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Austinuts Pistachio Recall

The items below are covered in the Austinuts recall and the lot numbers are:

 Pistachio Kernels, raw or salted, only lot numbers ending with

"SE'' with packing codes of P3598 through P0499.

_ Deluxe Nut Mix, salted, lot number P008913201AW through

P026913201AW. Lot numbers must fall between P0089 and P0269.

_ Gourmet Nut Mix, salted, lot number P364814401AW through

P026914401AW. Lot numbers must fall between P3648 and P0269.

For more information, consumers can call Austinuts at

1-800-404-6887, ext. 215.

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