Michael Angelo’s Gourmet Foods of Texas is expanding their July 13, 2015 recall of frozen shrimp scampi and meat lasagna products for misbranding and undeclared allergens. The products may contain chicken, egg, soy, or shrimp, some of the major food allergens, that are not declared on the label. No confirmed allergic reactions have been received to date.
The new recall is for 26 ounce boxes, containing plastic trays, labeled “Michael Angelo’s Uncompromisingly Italian-Style Shrimp Scampi with Linguini Pasta in a Fresh Heirloom Garlic-Butter Sauce” with a packaging date of May 7, 2016. The “BEST IF USED BY” date is May 7, 2017 and the UPC number is 0 37363 98377 0. Also recalled is 11 ounce boxes, containing plastic trays, labeled “Michael Angelo’s Uncompromisingly Italian-Style Lasagna with Meat Sauce” with a packaging date of July 11, 2016. The “BEST IF USED BY” date is July 11, 2017 and the UPC number is 0 37363 00612 7.
The shrimp scampi product may contain a chicken piccata product, which contains chicken, egg, and soy that are not declared on the label. That product does not have a USDA mark of inspection, since shrimp products are regulated by the FDA. The lasagna may contain a shrimp scampi product, which contains shrimp. That product has the establishment number “1009A” inside the USDA mark of inspection. The items were shipped to distributors in the southern United States.
The problem was discovered after customer complaints. If you purchased either of these products and are allergic to the undeclared ingredients, do not eat them. throw them away or return them to the place of purchase for a refund.