Home Dollar Issues Voluntary recall of products after FDA inspection reveals rodent infestation at Arkansas facility
#Roomies, you may have to find another dollar store for old women’ because the FDA found a few rodents during an inspection at a Family Dollar facility, CNN reports.
Last week, the company issued a voluntary recall after an FDA inspection discovered a rodent infestation at an Arkansas facility.
The recall is for “various products purchased in the last year from Family Dollar Stores across six states that may be contaminated and unsafe to use.” Items ranging from drugs to pet food are listed in the recall.
The bulletin also said that various products were sold at “hundreds of stores” in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee.
Family Dollar also said it is not aware of any consumer complaints at this time. “Family Dollar is notifying its affected stores by letter asking them to check their inventory immediately, and to quarantine and stop selling any affected products. Customers who may have purchased an affected product can return it to the Family Dollar store where they purchased it without a receipt,” the company said.
Some stores have also had to close, according to CNN. “We take situations like these very seriously and are committed to providing safe and quality products to our customers. According to spokeswoman Kayleigh Campbell, we have fully cooperated with all regulators to resolve this issue and are in the process of fixing it.
Guys, how do you feel about this?