Costco Recall: SnackYard Dried Plums

Costco Recall

There is a Costco Recall of SnackYard Dried Plums due to possible presence of lead. SnackYard Dried Plums being recalled at Costco are manufactured by Alli & Rose, LLC and are Costco Item Number #1516905. Affected product was sold between April 2021 and February 2022 in Alaska, California, Oregon and Washington.

Costco Recall: SnackYard Dried Plums - CostContessa
Costco Recall of SnackYard Dried Plums

Costco Recall Product Identifying Features:

  • Barcode: 810019600821
  • Item code: 1516905
  • Dates available for sale: April 2021 – February 2022.
  • Sold at Costco Wholesale in four states: Alaska, California, Oregon and Washington.

What to Do with Recalled Costco Item

If you purchased SnackYard Dried Plus from Costco during this time period, please discontinue eating them, and return them to your nearest Costco store. Costco will refund your purchase price in full.


Symptoms of Lead Poisoning

Exposure to lead can cause intellectual disability, abdominal pain, constipation, headaches, irritability, memory problems, infertility, and/or tingling in the hands and feet.

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Contact Information for Recalled SnackYard Manufacturer Alli & Rose Provided is as Follows:

No other Alli & Rose products are included in this recall.

Additional information can be found at, or contact us with questions or concerns via email at or
phone 828-446- 8420 Monday through Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm Pacific Time.

View SnackYard Recall Letter Sent to Costco Customers Here

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One Comment

  1. My wife ate a lot of the dried plums. She has been pregnant for 2 months. We just lost a baby today. Stop eating them.

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