April 8, 2020

Creminelli Recalls Mislabeled Pork Products

Creminelli Fine Meats of Salt Lake City is recalling 101 pounds of fully-cooked-not-shelf-stable, ready-to-eat pork roast products for mislabeling and because they were produced under the wrong Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) plan.  There have been no illnesses reported in association with this recall.

Important Notice RecallThe recalled product, 3-4-lb. packages labeled  “Creminelli Artisan Deli Porchetta Seasoned Boneless Pork Roast,” was sold  exclusively through internet sales to 28 customers between Oct. 15, 2013 and Nov. 15, 2013. All of the customers have been identified by the company.  These products were not distributed to retail stores or restaurants, and other products produced by the company are not impacted.

The problem was discovered during a routine inspection by the Kansas State Department of Agriculture. The product is being recalled because the company was using a HACCP plan for a different category of ready-to-eat products.



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