FDA Recalls 2,000 Cases Of Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a recall of over 2,000 cases of cooking oil Monday due to potential glass breakage in the packaging.

The FDA has recalled thousands of cases of Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil due to potential glass breakage in the packaging. The affected products were distributed in the eastern United States, California, and are available online nationwide, according to the FDA. Primal Kitchen initiated the recall of 2,060 cases after discovering that the glass bottles might be prone to breaking.

The concern arises solely from a defect in the bottle’s durability that was discovered during routine inspections at Primal Kitchen’s warehouse where leaking oil was noticed in shipping containers. To date, no injuries or illnesses related to the recalled oil have been reported, FDA said in the release. Consumers who have purchased these bottles are urged to immediately dispose of them and contact Primal Kitchen for further guidance. (RELATED: Retail Giant Pleads Guilty To Storing Goods In Rodent-Infested Warehouse, Agrees To Pay Historic Fine)

The affected avocado oil comes in 750mL bottles with specific code dates. The recall specifically targets bottles with a “Best When Used By” date between August 19, 2025, and August 21, 2025. The individual package UPC is 8-5523200719-4, and the case UPC is 108552320071910000, the announcement stated.

Primal Kitchen has stated its commitment to maintaining high safety and quality standards. The company has apologized for any inconvenience caused to its customers and reassured them that no other sizes or formats of its avocado oil are affected by this issue, according to the FDA.