October 20, 2019

Shop Rite, Stop and Shop Recall Pasta Products

Stop and Shop and Shop Rite are among the retailers recalling products made by Real Pasta Inc. of North Bergen, NJ. There are 25,000 pounds of assorted frozen Real Pasta products under recall, some that were made without the benefit of inspection, some that were misbranded and may contain soy. To see the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) list of retailers that sold the products click here.

Recall SignageNo illness have been reported in association with this recall. The recalled items were sold under a variety of  brand names including: Angelina Foodservice, Deer Park Ravioli, K-Bella, La Gustosa Ravioli, NY Ravioli and Pasta, Pasta Del Mondo, Queen Ann Ravioli, Raffetto’s Corp, Real Pasta Inc, San Marco Ravioli, Serino’s Italian Foodservice, and Vitamia. The products under recall include: Meat Ravioli, Meat Ravioli Round, Meat Tortellini, Pre-cooked Meat Tortellini, Veal Tortellini, Meat Raviolinni, Chicken Tortellini, and Chicken Ravioli with Smoked Mozzarella.

The recalled products were packaged on various dates since November 14, 2012,  have the establishment numbers: Est. 21479, P-21479, Est. 4702, or P-4702, Est. 1835, or P-1835 and the Julian codes 12318 through 12366, and 13001 through 13121. Consumers who have these products in their freezers should not eat them.  Those with additional questions about the recall can contact James Ralbuto, the company’s owner, at 201-552-9242.

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