May 24, 2024

De Todito Chicharrones Recalled For Ineligibility

De Todito Chicharrones in several flavors are being recalled because they were exported from Colombia, a country that is not eligible to export meat products into the United States. No adverse reactions have been reported to the company to date in connection with the consumption of these products. The recalling firm is East Coast Food Distributors Inc. of Hudson, New Hampshire, the importer of record. About 7,767 of these De Todito Chicharrones are included in this recall. They are: 165 gram foil pouch packages containing “De Todito BBQ PARA COMPARTIR” and UPC number 7702189057624. 45 gram foil pouch packages containing “De Todito BBQ” with UPC number 7702189019646. 165 gram foil pouch packages containing “De Todito NATURAL PARA COMPARTIR” and UPC number … [Read more...]

Del Rancho Chicharrones From Honduras Recalled For Ineligibility

Del Rancho Chicharrones that were imported from Honduras are being recalled because they are ineligible for import to the United States, according to the USDA. No reports of confirmed adverse reactions have been received by the company to date in connection with the consumption of  this product. The recalling firm is Del Valle Import and Expert, LLC of Kenner, Louisiana. About 1,271  pounds of this ready to eat pork product are included in this recall. The recalled item is 100 foil pouch packages in yellow and brown that contain Del Rancho Chicharrones Autenticos 100% Producto de Cerdo. A picture of the product is on the package. This item does not have an establishment number or a USDA mark of inspection. The chicharrones were shipped to retail stores and distributors in these … [Read more...]

Import Alert For Morel Mushrooms Imported by a Company in France

The FDA issued Import Alert 25-02 for morel mushrooms imported from a company in France on May 23, 2022 because, in the past, shipments of canned and dried mushrooms were detained because of the presence of Gyromitra esculenta, or false morel. This species can produce monomethylhydrazine (MMH), which is a toxin that can cause severe gastrointestinal illnesses and, in some cases, death. The Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) identified another species, Verpa bohemica, or early morel, which can also cause illness in some people. All morel mushrooms imported from that company and false morel mushrooms, also imported from that company, in the form of fresh, canned, and dried, are subject to this import alert until further notice. Morel mushrooms are a distinctive … [Read more...]

Enoki Mushrooms From China Subject to Import Alert For Listeria

Enoki mushrooms from China are now subject to an FDA Import Alert after several recalls have been issued for that product for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination, and a Listeria monocytogenes outbreak. In July of 2022, the FDA issued an import alert for this type of mushrooms that were imported from Korea because of many recalls for possible Listeria, and Listeria monocytogenes outbreaks. The import Alert #25-21 has been expanded to include enoki mushrooms from China to detention without physical examination. From October 2020 through February 2023, state public health authorities sampled enoki mushrooms from various retail locations. Multiple states found Lsieria monocytogenes, which triggered 18 recalls of enoki mushrooms since 2021. Eight of those recalls were for … [Read more...]

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