FDA warns – 2,060 cases of 750mL Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil recalled due to bottle fragility

Consumers are advised that about 2,060 cases of Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil (750mL) under three code dates have been recalled by Primal Kitchen because the glass bottles they are packaged in were found likely to break and cause a spill.

Announced by the company on April 19, 2024, the voluntary recall covers products that were made available for purchase across the eastern United States and California, but also online, across the country.

Officials decided to take action after observing the problem in the Primal Kitchen warehouse. Avocado oil was also found to have spilled while in shipping containers.

Consumers should note that the recall is a response to an identified packaging problem for the Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil in the individual 750mL glass bottles specifically, and that “no other sizes, formats, or batches” are impacted. Affected products can be found under UPC (Universal Product Code) 8-5523200719-4 and Case UPC 108552320071910000, with a printed “Best When Used By” date within the 19 Aug 2025 and 21 August 2025 range.

Images of the recalled product can be referenced in the FDA communication.

Although Primal Kitchen has not received any reports of related injuries or illnesses at the time of the FDA recall announcement, anyone who may have purchased a product from the affected code dates is urged to dispose of the item. For further instruction, company representatives are available at + (888) 774-6259, Monday through Friday, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.


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