September 21, 2019

Aldi’s Chef’s Cupboard Soups Recalled For No Import Inspection

BCI Foods of Quebec, Canada, is recalling about 3,304 pounds of meat and poultry Aldi’s Chef’ Cupboard soups that were not presented for import re-inspection. No illnesses or adverse reactions have been reported to date in connection with the issue. The problem was discovered during routine FSIS monitoring activities of imported products.

The recalled products were imported on July 17, 2019. They are:

  • 19-ounce cans containing “chef’s cupboard CLASSIC HOMESTYLE CHICKEN & WILD RICE” with a “BB/MA 2021 MR 04” date and code “EST 142 602 19 064” on the bottom of the cans.
  • 19-ounce cans containing “chef’s cupboard CLASSIC HOMESTYLE ITALIAN-STYLE WEDDING with Meatballs & Chicken” with a “BB/MA 2021 MR 03” date and code “EST 142 603 19 063” printed on the bottom of the cans.
  • 18.8-ounce cans containing “chef’s cupboard CHUNKY BEEF with COUNTRY VEGETABLES” with a “BB/MA 2020 SE 25” date and code “EST 142 613 18 269” stamped on the bottom of the cans.
  • 18.8-ounce cans containing “chef’s cupboard CHUNKY SIRLOIN BURGER with COUNTRY VEGETABLES” with a “BB/MA 2021 FE 18” date and code “EST 142 614 19 049” on the bottom of the cans.

These Aldi’s Chef’s Cupboard soups do not have the USDA mark of inspection, but they do have Canada’s establishment number “142” within the Canadian mark of inspection. They were shipped to Aldi’s stores in New York and Pennsylvania.

If you purchased any of these soup products, do not eat them. Throw them away in a secure garbage can with a tight fitting lid, or take them back to the store where you purchased them for a full refund.

FSIS is conducting retail effectiveness checks to ensure that these products are not available to consumers. If a retail distribution list is published, it will be posted on the USDA web site.

Aldi's Chef's Cupboard Soups Recalled For No Import Inspection

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