February 22, 2019

Maxfield Seafood Siluriformes Recalled For Lack of Inspection

Another brand of siluriformes, a type of catfish, has been recalled for lack of inspection. Richwell Group, doing business as Maxfield Seafood, is recalling about 55,300 pounds of Siluriformes fish products that were not presented for import re-inspection into the country. No confirmed reports of adverse reactions have been received to date, by the company or the government. The problem was discovered on January 30, 2019, during FSIS surveillance activities at the company's facility. The recalled items are frozen Siluriformes, specifically Sheat fish. They were imported from Vietnam to the U.S. on dates ranging from April 2018 through December 2018. The recalled products are: 14-ounce clear bag packages containing Richwell Group “Maxfield Seafood SHEAT FISH CA TREN KET” with … [Read more...]

Q’s American Best Trading Recalls Catfish For No Inspection

Q's Best American Trading of Lakewood, California, has recalled 1,008 pounds of imported Siluriformes fish products (catfish) that were not presented for import re-inspection into the country. The frozen Siluriformes, specifically Sheat fish, were imported from Vietnam to the United States on December 25, 2018. No illnesses or any adverse reactions have been reported to public health officials or the company date in connection with this inspection issue. Anyone who is concerned about any type of reaction should contact their physician. The catfish recalled for lack of inspection is 14 ounce clear bag packages containing "Q's American Best AB CA TREN KET Sheat fish." The fish was shipped to retail locations in the state of California. The problem was discovered on January 29, 2019 during … [Read more...]

Stino Da Napoli Recalls Products For Lack of Inspection

Stino Da Napoli, of Rocky River, Ohio, is recalling about 11,392 pounds of various meat products that were produced, packed, and distributed without the benefit of federal inspection. This lack of inspection could be hazardous to human health. No confirmed reports of illnesses or adverse reactions have been reported to the company or to public health officials to date. These ready-to-eat meat products and meat sauce items were made from November 30, 2017 through December 20, 2018. The recalled items are: 24- ounce (1.5-pound) jarred pasta sauce containing “Stino Da Napoli Gourmet Meat Sauce Bolognese” with lot code 181284000013. 24-ounce (1.5 pound) jarred pasta sauce containing “Stino Da Napoli Gourmet Pasta Sauce with Bacon Fumo Del Vesuvio” with lot code 181284000303. … [Read more...]

H & T Seafood Recalls Siluriformes Produced Without Inspection

H & T Seafood, the importer of record, is recalling about 71,435 pounds of imported Siluriformes fish products (catfish) because they were not presented for import re-inspection upon entry into the U.S. No confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to the consumption of these products have been received to date. These fish products were imported from Vietnam to the U.S. on dates ranging from November 29, 2017 through October 14, 2018. The recalled products include: 14-ounce vacuum-sealed packages of “PINEAPPLE BRAND FROZEN SHEAT FISH (WILD CAUGHT)” with entry date to the U.S. of 1/3/18 and package code 19330 in Julian Date. 14-ounce vacuum-sealed packages of “TRAMAN CO. LTE INDIVIDUALLY QUICK FROZEN WILD CAUGHT SILVER SHEAT FISH” with entry date of 1/14/18 and package code … [Read more...]

Mannarich Food Recalls Siluriformes That Were Not Inspected

Mannarich Food, Inc., the importer of record that is based in Toronto, Canada, is recalling about 145,245 pounds of Siluriformes (catfish) products that were not presented at the U.S. point of entry for inspection. These fish products were imported on dates that range from June 26, 2017 through November 13, 2018. All foods imported into this country must be inspected at the border. No illnesses or adverse reactions have been reported to date in connection with this recall. The recalled products have a shelf life of two years. All lots of all of these products are recalled. The recalled products are: 300-gram plastic containers containing “FISH PASTE.” 300-gram plastic containers containing “MANNARICH FISH PASTE WITH BLACK MOSS.” 2-kg sealed plastic bags containing “FISH PASTE … [Read more...]

A La Carte Foods Products Recalled for Lack of Inspection

A La Carte Foods of Belle Rose, Louisiana is recalling about 30,438 pounds of meat and poultry products because they were made with met that wasn't federally inspected. No confirmed reports of adverse reactions have been received to date in connection with this recall. The recalled products were made from January 3, 2017 through October4 2, 2018. They include 12-pound ready-to-eat frozen packages containing "PONCHATOULAS JAMBALYA RICE with CHICKEN THIGH MEAT AND SMOKED SAUSAGE" with Item Number 208304, and Batch numbers 25518, 26818, and 27518; 12-pound ready-to-eat frozen packages containing “A PRODUCT OF CRAZY CAJUN LOUISIANA CHICKEN THIGH MEAT & SMOKED SAUSAGE GUMBO,” with Item Number 591000, and Batch numbers 25518 and 26118; and 12-pound ready-to-eat frozen packages containing … [Read more...]

Halal Manti Beef Dumplings Recalled for Lack of Inspection

Roya Foods of Paterson, New Jersey is recalling about 438 pounds of raw Halal Manti Beef Dumplings that were produced without the benefit of federal inspection. No illnesses or adverse reactions have been reported to the company or to FSIS to date in connection with this issue. The Dumplings were produced on various dates ranging from May 2, 2018 to August 29, 2018. The recalled product includes 1.1 pound clear plastic containers of the raw beef dumplings. The product is marked "Halal Manti" and instructs the consumer to "Keep Frozen." The dumplings package has the establishment number "EST. 19829" marked inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were shipped to retail and restaurant locations in Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, and New York. FSIS inspectors discovered … [Read more...]

Smoked Chicken Wings Recalled; Randsland Listeria Recall Updated

Two recalls have been issued; one for smoked chicken wings by True Cost Farm in Minnesota, the other an update of the Randsland Super Salad Kit recall for Listeria monocytogenes in Canada. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is issuing a consumer advisory for a smoked chicken wings that was sold by True Cost Farm. That facility is located in Montrose, Minnesota. Public health officials discovered that 169 pounds of smoked chicken wings was produced without required state inspection. Most of these True Cost Farm smoked chicken wings were served at Tullibee Restaurant. That facility is located in the Hewing Hotel at 300 Washington Avenue North in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The wings were served between July 20, 2018 and September 6, 2018. The remaining smoked chicken wings have been … [Read more...]

Bahar Frozen Beef Dumplings Recalled for Lack of Inspection

Bahar LLC of New Jersey is recalling about 2,344 pounds of raw Bahar frozen Beef Dumplings because they were produced without the benefit of federal inspection. No illnesses or adverse reactions have been reported to date in connection with this problem. The problem was discovered by FSIS personnel during a review at the facility. The recalled products is various weight sealed plastic packages that contain "Bahar Manti Gourmet Mediterranean Brand Beef Dumplings" in 1.1 square plastic sealed packages. The expiration dates of the recalled product are 5/20/19 through 8/29/19. The product has the establishment number "EST. 51290" inside the USDA mark of inspection on the package. They were shipped to distributors and retail locations in New Jersey. The dumplings were produced from May 2, … [Read more...]

Taylor Farms Meatloaf and Imported Smoked Catfish Recalled

Two products - Taylor Farms Meatloaf, and Olufela Yemitan imported smoked Siluriformes (catfish) have been recalled, according to USDA notices. No confirmed reports of adverse reactions have been received in either case. Olufela Yemitan, an importer of Houston, Texas, is recalling 45 pounds of smoked Siluriformes that were not presented at the U.S. point of entry for inspection. They were imported from Nigeria, a country that is not eligible to export these products to this country. They were produced during the month of August, 2018. The recalled product is 1-pound plastic-wrapped packages of dried, smoked Siluriformes containing "picante fishes spicy catfish smoked with tomatoe pepper sauce ready to eat now!!!!!," with manufacturing date "MFD: 8/2018," and best buy date "BB: … [Read more...]

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