GoGo squeeZ applesauce recalled for quality concerns
A popular brand of applesauce for children has been recalled because food product residue was found in product pumps during an inspection.
GoGo squeeZ Founder and CEO Michel Larroche announced the recall on the product's Facebook page.
Larroche said, "I deeply regret that I must let you know we are voluntarily recalling specific applesauce pouches that may not meet our quality standards."
The problem was found during an inspection by the Michigan State Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD). No illnesses had been reported from the issue.
Larroche's post continued," While it is possible the food product residue may have been incorporated into finished product, we test our applesauce extensively, and at this time, we have not seen evidence of this in our pouches."
Consumers who have purchased GoGo squeeZ® applesauce pouches with Best Before Dates between 12/4/15 and 3/4/17 may call 1-844-275-5841 or visit www.gogosqueez.com to request a replacement voucher.
For instructions on how to identify affected products, please visit: http://bit.ly/1RtHHe0.
The recall does not include or impact GoGo squeeZ Organic products or our newly launched GoGo squeeZ YogurtZ®. This recall only impacts non-organic products that were made in our Traverse City facility, and no others.