November 24, 2014

FDA Enforcement Report March 7, 2012

The FDA’s Enforcement report for the week of March 7, 2012 has been released. These are recalls and other food safety information bulletins which have not been released individually.

1. Mellace Family Brands Raw Organic Cashews. This product was found to be contaminted with Salmonella. Product details:

  • Mellace Family Brands Raw Organic Cashews
  • Net weight 25 pounds
  • Lot #: USGE19387
  • Manufactured by PT. JAVA Mete Indonesia in Semarang, Indonesia
  • 225 x 2/25 lb boxes
  • Distributed in California, Michigan, and Oregon
  • Recall is ongoing

2. Herring in Vegetable Oil. Fish was found to be improperly eviscerated. Product details:

  • Herring in Vegetable Oil Filling
  • UPC number 4 605390 003400
  • Packaged in 49.38 ounce plastic tub
  • Best before date codes of 06/04/2011 and 09/06/2011
  • Recalling firm is Royal Sweet Bakery of Brooklyn New York
  • Manufactured by Marina, LTD of Moscovskaya Oblast, Russia
  • Distributed nationwide
  • New York initiated recall is complete

3. Lettuce and Sandwich Rings. Giant Eagle is recalling lettuces and some sandwiches. The lettuce blends contain shredded lettuce that was contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The sandwiches were manufactured using Farmers Market shredded lettuce that was contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Manufactured by River Ranch Fresh Foods LLC of Salinas, California. The recall is ongoing. Product details:

  • The Farmers Market Shredded Iceberg Lettuce in 8 ounce packages. UPC 3003430195. Best by 14OCT2011 10:06 A106A and A106B
  • The Farmers Market Parsian Blend in 7 ounce packages. UPC 3003430259. Best by 14OCT2011 10:06 A106A and A106B
  • The Farmers Market Leafy Romaine in 9 ounce packages. UPC 3003430364. Best by 14OCT2011 10:06 A106A and A106B
  • The Farmers Market Romaine Garden in 12 ounce packages. UPC 3003430220. Best by 14OCT2011 10:06 A106A and A106B
  • Giant Eagle Italian Sandwich Ring, Large, UPC 23755100000. Product purchased between Oct 5 and 12, 2011
  • Giant Eagle Mini Italian Sandwich Ring, UPC 24755500000. Product purchased between Oct 5 and 12, 2011
  • Giant Eagle Large New York Sandwich Ring, UPC 22755100000. Product purchased between Oct 5 and 12, 2011
  • Giant Eagle Mini New York Sandwich Ring, UPC 25755500000. Product purchased between Oct 5 and 12, 2011
  • Giant Eagle Large All American Sandwich Ring, UPC 21755100000. Product purchased between Oct 5 and 12, 2011
  • Giant Eagle Mini All American Sandwich Ring, UPC 26755500000. Product purchased between Oct 5 and 12, 2011
  • Distributed in Ohio and Pennsylvania

4. Sliced Herring Fillet. This recall was initiated for Listeria contamination. The product is sliced herring fillet with a best by date of 5/18/2012. The recall is ongoing.

5. Fuma Custard Pie. The pie contains undeclared eggs and milk powder not declared on the label. The New York initiated recall is complete. Manufacturer is Quanzhou Goldenfuture Food Group CO., LTD, in Huian, China. Product details:

  • Fuma Custard Pie
  • Product of China
  • Product labeling is mainly in Chinese
  • 650 gram cardboard box containing 26 individually wrapped packages
  • UPC 6 921682 819305
  • Date code of 2010 02 04AA
  • Distributed in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens

6. Glazed Donuts. The Bakery at WalMart is recalling glazed donuts because the product label doesn’t list the common name of milk following whey, a milk derivative, on the label. Product details:

  • 12 count Glazed donuts
  • 27 ounce (1 lb. 11 oz.)
  • Item number 9853243
  • UPC 0007874299175
  • Firm initiated recall is ongoing
  • Distribution was in Arizona and Texas

7. ShurFine A Change for the Butter.This product is recalled because some of the containers have incorrect lids which do not declared milk. Product details:

  • ShurFine A Change for the Butter
  • 58% vegetable oil spread
  • 16-ounce plastic tubs
  • UPC 15400835107
  • Lot # 12011SS9
  • Distributed in Texas
  • Firm initiated recall is ongoing

8. Corn tortillas.These corn tortillas contain undeclared wheat. Manufactured by De Leon Foods of Spokane, Washington. FDA initiated recall is complete. Product details:

  • Corn tortillas packaged in clear plastic
    • 3 dozen corn tortillas (Net Wt. 36 oz.) UPC 821658114068
    • 7 dozen tortillas (Net Wt. 84 oz.) UPC 821658116246
  • No code
  • 370 packages distributed in Washington

9. Spice King Sauces.Several types of Spice King Sauces are recalled because acetic acid labeled as “industrial use only” was used as an ingredient instead of food grade vinegar. The Missouri initiated recall is ongoing. Recalling manufacturer is Bailly International Inc doing business as Spice King of St. Louis, Missouri. Product details:

  • Spice King Duck Spice King Duck Sauce
    • Single serve plastic packet
    • Packaged 500/packets in cardboard shipping case
    • The case weighs 15 lb/full
    • UPC code 11435 15005.
  • Spice King Mustard Sauce
    • Single serve plastic packet
    • Packaged 500/packets in cardboard shipping case
    • The case weighs 15 lb/full
    • UPC code 11435 15003
  • Spice King Sweet & Sour Sauce
    • Single serve plastic packet
    • Packaged 500/packets in cardboard shipping case
    • The case weighs 15 lb/full
    • UPC code 11435 15002
  • Spice King Hot Sauce
    • Single serve plastic packet
    • Packaged 500/packets in cardboard shipping case
    • The case weighs 15 lb/full
    • UPC code 11435 15004
  • Spice King Soy Sauce
    • Single serve plastic packet
    • Packaged 500/packets in cardboard shipping case
    • The case weighs 15 lb/full
    • UPC code 11435 15001
  • Distributed in California, Louisiana, and Missouri

10. Moose Tracks Chocolate Ice Cream.Ice cream doesn’t list peanut butter cups as an ingredient since they were added unintentionally. Does list peanut oil, and peanut is stated in the “Contains” statement. Recalled for allergy alert. Recalling firm is Dean Foods Inc. doing business as Meadow Gold Dairies or Orem, Utah. Firm initiated recall is ongoing. Product details:

  • Western Family, Denali Extreme Moose Tracks, Rich Chocolate Ice Cream with Moose Tracks Fudge Filled Cups and Famous Moose Tracks Fudge
  • 1.50 quarts
  • Best by 11/30/2012
  • Distributed in Montana and Utah

Comments

  1. I became sick from an item that is not recalled. I feel better now. Am I supposed to report that I got sick to the FDA so that they could monitor the outbreak?

    • Linda Larsen says:

      In the future if you have symptoms of food poisoning, you should see your doctor to get a diagnosis. If you are diagnosed with a foodborne illness, your local health department should be notified and additional testing may have to be done.

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