February 3, 2016: Mahina Mele Farms Macadamia Nuts Recall Expands Due to Continued Salmonella Risk

After an original recall on January 21, 2016, Mahina Mele Farms, expanded its recall of macadamia nut products due to a continued risk of Salmonella contamination; the new recall was released on Febuary 3, 2016. This risk of bacterial contamination was discovered after testing by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) revealed Salmonella in macadamia nuts. According to the FDA Press Release, “One sample from LOT 30 was found to be positive for Salmonella Give.”

To learn more about the original Mahina Mele Farms Macadamia Nuts recall, visit 1/21/16 Mahina Mele Farms Recall.

Mahina Mele Farms Macadamia Nuts Recall Details

The Hawaii-based nut company produced the macadamia nuts under the name “Izzie Macs!” and distributed in plastic bags. The macadamia nut butter was distributed under the name “Baby Bruddah’s Mac Nut Buttah”, in plastic tubs. The affected nut products were distributed between October 21, 2015 and January 20, 2016. All Mahina Mele nut products were included in the recall.



  • Izzie Macs! Macadamia Nuts 689076792677 6 oz. (salted) plastic bag

  • Izzie Macs! Macadamia Nuts 689076793575 6 oz. (unsalted) plastic bag
  • Izzie Macs! Macadamia Nuts 689076792776 16 oz. (unsalted) plastic bag
  • Izzie Macs! Macadamia Nuts 689076792974 16 oz. (salted) plastic bag
  • Bulk Macadamia Nuts 5 lb. plastic bag (salted and unsalted; wholes and pieces)
  • Baby Bruddah’s Mac Nut Buttah 753182242019 12 oz. plastic tub
  • Baby Bruddah’s Chocolate Mac Nut Buttah 73518224204 12 oz. plastic tub

Salmonella Information

Salmonellosis is an infection caused a bacterium called Salmonella. One of the most common foodborne illnesses, it occurs when food contaminated by Salmonella is consumed.

According to the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) there are an estimated 1.2 million cases of Salmonellosis in the U.S. each year, with approximately 400 of those cases resulting in death. The elderly, infants, and those with impaired immune systems are more likely to suffer severe illness or Salmonella complications.

Symptoms of Salmonella food poisoning (salmonellosis) may include diarrhea (sometimes bloody), abdominal cramps, nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, headache, muscle pain, and joint pain. Symptoms usually appear within 6 to 72 hours after eating a Salmonella contaminated food.

To learn more about other food poisoning outbreaks and recalls, visit 2016 Salmonella Poona Outbreak Cucumber Lawsuit or 2015 E.coli Outbreak Chipotle Lawsuit.


The Weinberg Law Firm is currently assisting victims of food poisoning outbreaks seek legal compensation for their injuries. If you or a loved one was sickened after consuming a Salmonella contaminated product and you have a question regarding you legal rights, please call our law firm toll free at 1-877-934-6274 for a free food poisoning lawsuit evaluation.