February 24, 2021

Ming Yang Hotpot Seasoning is Recalled For Lack of Inspection

GLG Trading of Chino, California is recalling about 96,810 pounds of beef tallow products called Ming Yang Hotpot Seasoning because they were imported from the Peoples Republic of China, an ineligible county for beef, without the benefit of FSIS import re-inspection.  There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions reported to the company to date in connection with this recall. The recalled products are heat-treated shelf stable items containing  beef tallow. They include: 17.6 ounce vacuumed sealed packages of “Ming Yang Hotpot Seasoning (Slightly spicy).” 17.6 ounce vacuumed sealed packages of “Ming Yang Hotpot Seasoning (Super spicy, Extremely).” 12.07 ounce vacuumed sealed packages of “Ming Yang Hotpot Seasoning (Medium spicy, Mala).” These items do not have a … [Read more...]

Monique Ranou Pork Pate Recalled For Lack Of Inspection

AH Company International Distribution Inc. of Garden Grove, California, is recalling about 30,081 pounds of Monique Ranou Pork Pate products that were imported from an ineligible establishment, and also lack of inspection. The products were distributed in the United States without import re-inspection by the USDA's FSIS.  There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions reported to the company to date due to the consumption of these products. The following heat treated shelf stable pork pate items are being recalled: 240-gram cans of Monique Ranou Pâté de Foie 240-gram cans of Monique Ranou Pâté de Campagne 180-gram jars of Monique Ranou Pâté de Campagne Supérieur These products have the French establishment number “FR 56-246-008 CE”, which is an ineligible … [Read more...]

Food Evolution Dips and Salads Recalled For Lack of Inspection

Food Evolution of Schiller Park, Illinois is recalling about 6,806 pounds of ready to eat Food Evolution Dips and Salads because they contain meat that was produced without the benefit of federal inspection. There have been no reports of adverse reactions reported to the company due to the consumption of these products. These ready to eat dip and salad items were made on various dates ranging from November 9, 2020 through January 29, 2021. The products all have "use by" dates thorough February 8, 2021. The recalled products are: 31 ounce containers that are filled with “Taco Dip With Refried Beans, Chili, Sour Cream, Cheddar, Onions, Black Olives, Jalapenos, & Red Pepper thoughtfully handmade —fresh to you — Fresh, Fast, Gourmet.” 18 ounce packages containing “Taco Dip With … [Read more...]

Saigon Food Company Meat Products Recalled For Lack of Inspection

CLS Gourmet CL Saigon Food Company meat products are being recalled for lack of inspection, according to the USDA. About 128,841 pounds of various products are being recalled. There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to the consumption of these products reported to date to the company. These food items were produced and distributed between April 29, 2020 and December 5, 2020. The recalled products are: 5-oz., poly casing package of raw “Chả Sống, Sài gòn UNCOOKED PORK ROLL WITH FLAVORED FISH SAUCE.” The product includes “KEEP FROZEN” on the label. 15-oz., poly casing package of raw “Nem Nướng, Sài gòn UNCOOKED CURED PORK ROLL WITH FLAVORED FISH SAUCE.” The product includes “KEEP REFRIGERATED” on the label. 15-oz. and 30-oz., poly casing packages of … [Read more...]

Public Health Alert For Fresh Goat Meat That Was Not Inspected

The USDA has issued a public health alert for fresh goat meat that was not inspected by the federal inspection. The meat was also produced outside inspection hours. A recall was not requested because government officials believe that these products are no longer available for consumers to purchase. There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to the consumption of these products to date. The goats were slaughtered by Texas Livestock and Halal Meat Processors of Houston, Texas on various dates ranging from November 7, 2020 to December 5, 2020. The recalled products include various weights of raw, fresh goat carcasses, livers, kidneys, and hearts that were sold at World Foods Warehouse, which is a grocery store and butcher located in Houston, Texas. This fresh goat … [Read more...]

Continental Glatt Kosher Meats Recalled For Lack of Inspection

Continental Glatt Kosher Meats is recalling 61,504 pounds of ready to eat meat and poultry products that were not inspected. The company is doing business as First Choice Kosher Meat & Deli, of Spring Valley, New York. There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions to the company to date in connection with this problem. These Continental Glatt Kosher Meats ready to eat meat and poultry items were made on various dates ranging from June 26, 2020 through November 20, 2020. The sell by dates of these products range from October 2, 2020 through April 18, 2021. You can see the list of recalled products, along with the package sizes and the names, on this spreadsheet from the USDA. Some of the recalled products include Chicken Aufschnit, Chicken Pastrami, SATMAR Cooked Turkey … [Read more...]

Fresh Seasons Meat Products Recalled For Lack of Inspection

Taher Inc. of Plymouth, Minnesota is recalling about 22,096 pounds of Fresh Seasons meat products that were produced without the benefit of federal inspection. There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions related to the consumption of these recalled products. These frozen meat products were produced and packaged from February 25, 2020 through September 22, 2020. They include 16-pound boxes containing four bags of Fresh Seasons Tator Tot Hot Dish. The lot code on the product is 056-282 and the bar code printed on the box is 108101060239. Also recalled is 16 pound boxes containing four bags of Fresh Seasons Sloppy Joe with lot code 065-269. The barcode on that box is 1081010602366. The products may or may not bear the establishment number "EST. 45091" inside the USDA mark … [Read more...]

Public Health Alert For Imported Cooked Duck Blood Curds

The USDA has issued a public health alert for and undetermined amount of imported cooked duck blood curds from China because of technical problems and lack of inspection. The product does not identify an eligible establishment number on the packaging and wasn't presented to FSIS for import re-inspection. A recall was not requested because the government has not been able to contact the importer. And the total amount of ineligible product is not determined because the investigation is ongoing. The product subject to the alert is 10.58 ounce (300 gram) vacuum packed packages containing cooked duck blood curds, DUC BLOOD. USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has not received an official inspection certificate issued by the People's Republic of China to certify that the product … [Read more...]

Jamaican Tastee Patties Recalled For Lack of Inspection

The USDA states that about 60,457 pounds of meat and poultry patty products that were repackaged, relabeled, and redistributed without the benefit of federal inspection are being recalled. There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions associated with this issue. The baked and dunked, frozen beef and chicken patty items were produced on different dates ranging from September 2018 through July 2020. These are the recalled products: 18 ounce boxes containing 4 pieces of “AUTHENTIC Jamaican STYLE TASTEE Patties JERK CHICKEN TURNOVERS BAKED” with various sell-by dates printed on the label. 18 ounce boxes containing 4 pieces of “AUTHENTIC Jamaican STYLE TASTEE Patties BEEF TURNOVERS SPICY BEEF BAKED” with various sell-by dates represented on the label. 18 ounce boxes … [Read more...]

Taza Chicken Samosas Recalled For Lack of Inspection

Hafiz Foods of Houston, Texas is recalling about 675 pounds of Taza Chicken Samosas and Raza Foods Chicken Samosas because they contain poultry that were not inspected. There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions associated with these recalled products reported to the company to date. The ready to cook, frozen chicken samosas were produced from May 2020 to June 29, 2020. The recalled products are: 12-ounce box packages labeled “RAZA FOODS Chicken Samosa” with date codes 05/21, 06/21, or 0527021 through 062921 (inclusive). 12-ounce box packages labeled “TAZA CHICKEN SAMOSAS” with date codes 05/21, 06/21, or 0527021 through 062921 (inclusive). 100-ounce clear plastic bags containing about 100 chicken samosas that do not bear any labeling or codes. These … [Read more...]

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