November 21, 2019

Santa Fe Importers Recalls Chicken Meatballs For Undeclared Soy

Santa Fe Importers of California is recalling about 1,589 pounds of ready-to-eat Chicken Thai Style meatballs because they contain undeclared soy, one of the major food allergens. Anyone who is allergic to soy could have a serious reaction if they eat this product. There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions in association with this recall.

The frozen, ready-to-eat chicken Thai style meatballs were produced and packaged on April 24, 2019. The recalled product is 226 cases that contain “lemonade Chicken Thai Style Meatball.” The packaging date on the product is o4/24/2019 and the case code on the labels is 114-102130. The product has the establishment number “EST. P-4118” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were shipped to a distribution center in California. They were packed for Lemonade restaurants. The company learned that the bread crumbs used to make the meatballs contained soy lecithin, and notified the USDA.

FSIS is concerned that some of this product could be frozen in consumers’ home freezers. If you purchased this product and are allergic to soy, don’t eat it. You can throw the product away, or take it back to the place of purchase.

FSIS is conducting retail effectiveness checks to make sure that this product is no longer available to consumers. They also want to make sure that the firm is notifying their customers about this recall.

Santa Fe Importers Recalls Chicken Meatballs For Undeclared Soy

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