February 25, 2020

Los Hernandez Recalls Chicken and Pork Tamales For No Inspection

Los Hernandez, of Moxee, Washington, is recalling about 9,090 pounds of chicken and pork tamales that were produced without the benefit of federal inspection. No reports of adverse reactions have been received to date by the company or FSIS.

These tamales were produced from December 3, 2018 through February 9, 2019. The problem was discovered during routine FSIS verification activities.

The recalled products are 30 pound boxes of Los Hernandez Authentic Pork Tamales Hand Made, and 30 pound boxes of Los Hernandez Authentic Chicken Tamales Hand Made. The tamales were shipped to a Los Hernandez Tamales Restaurant in Union Gap, Washington. That restaurant is owned by the recalling establishment.

The individual tamales may have been packaged and sold to customers from December 2018 through May 1, 2019. The individually sold tamales do not have any specific identifying labels for consumers who may have taken this product from the restaurant.

FSIS is concurred that some of this product may be frozen in consumers’ freezers. Check your freezer to see if you have these tamales. If so, do not eat them. Throw them away in a sealed package put into a secure garbage can with a tight fitting lid. You can also take them back to the place of purchase for a refund.

The government is conducting retail effectiveness checks to make sure that the product is no longer available to consumers. The retail distribution list will be posted on the FSIS web site when it becomes available.

Los Hernandez Recalls Chicken and Pork Tamales For No Inspection

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