October 21, 2018

Venda Frozen Ravioli Recalled for Lack of Inspection

Venda Ravioli of Providence, Rhode Island, is recalling about 672 pounds of frozen meat ravioli because they were produced without the benefit of federal inspection. There have been no confirmed reports of illness or adverse reactions associated with this issue to date.

The products were produced and packaged on dates ranging from February 22, 2018 through June 7, 2018. The recalled products include: 16 ounce sealed trays of “VENDA RAVIOLI, PASTA FRESCA, COSTANTINO’S, MEAT RAVIOLI,” and a lot code and case code of 05318, 05418, 05518, 05618, 05718, 05818, and 05918; 16 ounce sealed trays of “VENDA RAVIOLI, PASTA FRESCA, COSTANTINO’S, Italian Sausage Ravioli;” 16 ounce sealed trays of “VENDA RAVIOLI, PASTA FRESCA, COSTANTINO’S, Prosciutto & Provolone Ravioli,” and a lot code and case code of 05318, 05418, 05518, 05618, 05718, 05818, and 05918; and 16 ounce sealed trays of “VENDA RAVIOLI, PASTA FRESCA, COSTANTINO’S, OSSO BUCO RAVIOLI.” These products have the establishment number “EST.9501” inside the USDA mark of inspection. The Italian Sausage Ravioli and Osso Bucco Products do not have a USDA mark of inspection on the packaging. They were shipped to retail stores in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

FSIS discovered the problem on June 7, 2018 while performing inspection activities. The USDA is concerned that some of these products could be in consumer’s freezers. If you have purchased them do not eat them. Throw them away or take the products back to the store where you bought them for a full refund.

FSIS is going to conduct retail effectiveness checks to make sure that the firm is notifying customers of the recall. They also will make sure that the product is no longer for sale.

Venda Ravioli Recall

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