May 28, 2020

Bob Evans Recalls Almost 2 Million Pounds Of Sausage

Almost 2 million pounds of Bob Evans sausage products are being recalled because labeling does not state the products contain monosodium glutamate (MSG). BEF Foods Inc., of  Columbus, Ohio, which makes Bob Evans brand products, issued the recall today for Maple Links and Maple Patties  produced at the company’s Hillsdale, MI and Xenia, OH facilities.

MSG is not classified as an allergen, but it can cause a reaction in people with a sensitivity to MSG such as those who have celiac disease or a gluten intolerance.  The products under recall include 12-oz. packages of “Bob Evans Maple Links” with UPC numbers of “075900002300”, “075900000085” and “075900002324”  and  12-oz. packages of “Bob Evans Maple Patties” with UPC numbers of “0759000025028” and “075900000795” and “075900002522.”

The recalled products were produced between April 4, and Oct. 19, 2012, and hav  the establishment number “M-952” or “M-6785” inkjetted on the sides of the packages. The “use by” dates range from Oct. 14, 2012 to Dec. 4, 2012 listed or may instead bear any of the following Julian codes: 0264 through 0365, 1001 through 1365, and 2001 through 2293.

The  company discovered the problem during a labeling audit and has since stopped using MSG in those products. No adverse reactions  associated with eating the product have been reported.

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