January 15, 2019

FDA Enforcement Report for Week of March 21, 2012

The FDA Enforcement Report for the week of March 21, 2012 was released a day late. This report details recalls and “field corrections” for food products throughout the country. Recalls that Food Poisoning Bulletin has reported on are highlighted with a link.

1. Alpine Slicing and Cheese Conversion Company.This series of recalls was for possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.

  • Edelweiss Fondue Cheese (UPC 7 58590 11691 4)
  • Brennan’s Cellars Part Skim Mozzarella Cheese (UPC 0 3344135324 4)
  • Miller’s Parmesan Cheese (UPC 0 7881236350 7)
  • Shredded Mozzarella cheese (Pack date 04 Jan 2012)
  • Nuestro Queso, Cotija En Polvo
    • Net Wt. 7 oz, UPC 8 14633 01302 9
    • Net Wt 16 oz. (453.6g) UPC 8 14633 01300 5
  • HEB Queso Cotija, Net Wt 8 oz (226g) UPC 0 4122024846 9

The FDA initiated recalls are ongoing. In total, more than 312,000 pounds of cheese were recalled. The products were distributed in Illinois, New York, and Wisconsin.

2. Potato Salad. These Allison’s Gourmet Kitchen recalls are ongoing. Eggs in these products, produced by Michael Foods, may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

3. Price Chopper Streusel Fruit Pies. These pies were recalled because they contained undeclared eggs. The firm initiated recall is ongoing.

4. Aunt Jemima Pancakes. These products were recalled because they contained undeclared soy. There were 764,634 cases recalled in the United States, and 83,246 cases recalled in Canada. The firm initiated recall is ongoing.

5. Alpine Slicing and Cheese Conversion Co. Recall from December 2011 was for shredded and grated cheeses that were contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The FDA initiated recall is ongoing. You can see the huge list of recalled cheeses at the FDA site.

6. Schnucks Beef Flavor Instant Bouillon. This product was recalled because a small portion of the lot is mislabeled and may contain undeclared wheat. The firm initiated recall is ongoing.

  • Net Wt. 3.75 oz.
  • UPC number 041318030617
  • Best before Nov. 18, 2013
  • Distributed in Missouri

7. Jelly Belly Peter Rabbit Deluxe Easter Mix. Product was recalled because even though it was labeled “Gluten Free”, the malted milk balls contain wheat. Firm initiated recall is ongoing.

8. Subway Dough Sticks. These products are recalled because dough conditioner used in the product was recalled by Caravan Ingredients for metal fragments. Firm initiated recall is ongoing.

  • Subway Italian White Bread Dough Sticks
    • Item number S003337V
    • Packed in bulk 26.25 lb. boxes
    • Batch numbers: 2VN022A3, 2VN022A6, 2VN035A6, 2VN035B6, 2VN035C6, 2VN037A3, 2VN037A4, 2VN037A6, 2VN037B3, 2VN037B4, 2VN037B6, 2VN037C3, 2VN037C4, 2VN037C6 and 2VN038C6
  • Subway 9-grain Wheat Bread Dough Sticks
    • 6.5 oz.
    • Item number S003614V
    • Contains 70-6.5 oz. sticks
    • Product is packed in bulk 28.4 lb. boxes
    • Batch numbers: 2VN022A2, 2VN035A2, 2VN035A3, 2VN035A4, 2VN035B2, 2VN035B3, 2VN035B4, 2VN035C2, 2VN035C3, 2VN035C4, 2VN037B2, 2VN038A2, 2VN038C2, and 2VN039C2
    • Distributed in CA, KS, KY, MO, NM, OH, OK, TN and UT

9. Simplot Real Seasoned Potato Flakes. This recall was also mentioned in the FDA Enforcement Report for 2/29/2012. The product contains sodium caseinate. Milk was added to the precautionary statement, rather than the “contains” statement. All day codes, with SKU number 7117902288. Firm initiated recall is ongoing. The product was distributed in AL, IL, LA, NE, NM, PA, TX, VA and WI.

10. Rhythm Superfoods Kool Ranch Kale Chips. This product was distributed before the company’s reconditioning plan was approved. The firm initiated recall is ongoing.

  • Rhythm Superfoods Kool Ranch Kale Chips
    • Net Wt. 2.0 oz.
    • Gusset Bag 8.5 h x 6.875 w x 3 d
    • 12 units per case
    • UPC number 8 29739 00052 1
    • Lot codes of 03/26/12, 03/27/12, 03/28/12, 04/03/12, 04/04/12, 04/10/12
    • Distributed in CA, FL, IL, IN, NY, RI, and TX

11. Burrata Cheese. Product was recalled because FDA analysis detected non-pathogenic E. coli. FDA initiated recall is ongoing.

  • Mozzarella Buratta
  • Approximately 300 grams
  • Made in Italy
  • Each unit is packed in plastic wrapping
  • 12 units per case
  • Eat no later than 4.30.2011
  • Lot 1216
  • Distributed in CT, NJ, NY



    • Linda Larsen says:

      I don’t know. If you are unsure about any food you order, ask the manager of the store. He or she should know where all of the food the restaurant serves comes from.

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