October 19, 2018

Pork Leg Produced Without Inspection Recalled

BMG Trading of Ontario, Canada is recalling 26,108 pounds of pork products that were produced without the benefit of federal inspection. The problem was discovered using the Public Health Information System during a weekly review of import shipment data. The product was not presented at the Canadian border for FSIS reinspection. No reports of illness or other problems have been received to date.

The recalled items are 1800 pound combo bins, each containing 65 to 75 kg of Pork Leg Flank On Combo. The products have the establishment number “394” inside the Canadian mark of inspection as well as a health certificate number listed as “CERT. No. CDERT. 097400.” They were shipped for further processing to Arizona. People should not eat this product.

Canadian Pork Leg Flank Recall

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