July 16, 2018

Mastro Meat Products Recalled for No Inspection

Santa Maria Foods of Ontario, Canada is recalling about 8,895 pounds of various meat products because they were made without full USDA inspection, according to the FSIS. A “remote possibility” of adverse health consequences exists. No reports of illness have been received to date.

The recalled products are 11.1 ounce packages of Sopressata Salami with package code 2014AL30, 5.1 pound packages of MASTRO Milano Salami with package code 2014JN17, 5.3 pound packages of MASTRO Calabrese Salami Hot with package codes 2014JL08 or 2014JN17, and 8.4 pound packages of MASTRO Sopressata Round” with package code 2014JL22. Also recalled are 2.6 pound packages of MASTRO Sopressata Salami with package code 2014JL09, 13.3 pound packages of MASTRO Mortadella with Pistachios with package code 2014AL09, 15 pound packages of MASTRO Jambon de Paris Cooked Ham Jambon Cuit with package codes 2014AL05, 2014AL10, and 2014AL22; and 16.8 pound packages of MASTRO Mortadella with package code 2014MR20.

Mastro Sopressata Recall

The packages have the Canadian establishment number “340” or “224”. The products were distributed in Arizona, California, and Florida. They were also exported by the U.S. distributor to Australia, Tahiti, New Zealand, Fiji, and Thailand.

You can see pictures of the product labels at the USDA web site. If you purchased these products, do not eat them. Return them to the place of purchase for a refund.

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