October 14, 2019

Two Brothers Pork Skins Recalled For No HACCP Plan

Two Brothers Pork Skins of North Carolina, is recalling an “undetermined” amount of pork skin products because they were made without meeting federal requirements to develop and implement a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point system (HACCP). The product does also not have safe handling instructions on the package, which means they are misbranded. No illnesses or adverse reactions have been reported to date.

The pork skin products were made on various unknown dates. The recalled items are:

  • 16-ounce (1-pound) plastic (semi-translucent) containers of “TWO BROTHERS DOS HERMANOS CUERITOS PORK SKIN IN BRINE” on the label.
  • 1-pound (16-ounce) clear, vacuum sealed packages containing “TWO BROTHERS DOS HERMANOS CHiCHARRON PRENSADO Fried Pork Skins” on the label.
  • 15-pound (240-ounce) clear, vacuum sealed packages containing “TWO BROTHERS DOS HERMANOS CHiCHARRON PRENSADO Fried Pork Skins” on the label.

The Prensado products contain tomato puree, chorizo powder, vinegar, orange juice, garlic, black pepper, onion and spices, that were not declared on the product labels. The pork skins have the establishment number “EAST. 40259” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were shipped to a distributor and retail locations in North Carolina and South Carolina.

The North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services notified the FDA about the problem when they identified this product with missing ingredients on the label at a retail store. Check to see if you have these products in your freezer or refrigerator or pantry. If you do, discard them, or take them back to the store where you purchased them for a refund.

Two Brothers Pork Skins Recall

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