September 25, 2016

Mountain Products Smokehouse Recalls Bacon, Sausage

Mountain Products Inc. of Lagrangeville, NY is recalling approximately 467 pounds of bacon and pork sausages that have undeclared allergens.  The recalled products contain milk, soy and wheat, known allergens which are not listed on the label. Consumers with allergies to milk, soy and wheat should not eat these products as they risk an allergic reaction if they do. The recalled bacon, sausage and Irish bangers sausages were produced on various dates between March 31, 2014 and March 9, 2016. They include 1-lb. packages of “SMOKED CAJUN STYLE PORK SAUSAGE READY TO EAT” with packing date 1/5/15; 1-lb. packages of “HOT ITALIAN SAUSAGE” with packing dates of 9/9/15, 1/29/16, 3/9/16; 1-lb. packages of “SWEET ITALIAN SAUSAGE” with packing dates of 9/9/15 and 3/9/16; 1-lb. packages of … [Read more...]

Kayem Recalls Chicken Sausage for Misbranding

Kayem Foods Inc. of  Chelsea, Mass. is recalling approximately 22,182 pounds of chicken sausage products due to misbranding. The products have pork casings which are not declared on the label. Consumers who cannnot eat pork should not eat these products. The recalled chicken sausage items, which were produced on Nov. 4, 2015, were distributed nationwid. They are packed in 12-oz. vacuum-packed packages labeled “al fresco SWEET APPLE CHICKEN SAUSAGE” with the code “308 BW12 USE/FRZ BY FEB 7, 2016.” The establishment number “EST. P-7839” appears inside the USDA mark of inspection. The problem was discovered by consumers who noticed the product label listed nutritional information for a different product, “al fresco Apple Maple Breakfast” sausages. At the time of the recall, there … [Read more...]

Benedetti Farms Recalls Chicken and Turkey Sausage for Misbranding

Benedetti Farms Inc. of Sonoma, Calif. is recalling approximately 11,670 pounds of chicken and turkey sausage for misbranding. The products are wrapped in hog and sheep casings that were not listed on the labels.  These casings may elicit allergic reactions in some people. The recalled sausages were produced on various dates from December 14, 2014 through June 4, 2015.  They include: 10-lb.case containing 5-lb. clipped bag packages of 1-oz. pieces of “Sierra Sausage Co. Chicken Apple Sausage.” 10-lb.case containing 5-lb. clipped bag packages of 2-oz. pieces of “Sierra Sausage Co. Chicken Apple Sausage.” 10-lb.case containing 2.5-lb. clipped bag packages of 3-oz. pieces of “Sierra Sausage Co. Chicken and Basil Sausage.” 20-lb.case containing 4-lb. clipped bag packages of … [Read more...]

Cascade Farms, Don Felipe’s Sausage Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

SP Wholesale Meats of Portland, Ore. is recalling approximately 1,729 pounds of raw pork and chicken sausage products for misbranding and an undeclared allergen, wheat. Consumers with an allergy to wheat should not eat these products as they risk a severe reaction if they do. The recalled products have the establishment numbers “EST. P-2886” and “EST. 2886” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They  were shipped to restaurants in Oregon and Washington. The recalled products include: 10-pound boxes with 4 oz. and 2 oz. links of Cascade Farms “Chicken Apple Sausage” with lot number 079. 1-pound packages with 4 oz. links and bulk of Don Felipe’s Tolucan brand “Chorizo Verde” with a lot number 084, 097, 104, 111, 113 or 118. Don Felipe’s Tolucan brand “Chorizo Rojo” with lot … [Read more...]

Pork Snout Blood Sausage Recalled for Undeclared Allergen

Pork snout blood sausage made by CS Best Food Inc. of Panorama City, Calif.  is being recalled because it contains the undeclared allergens wheat and soy. People with allergies to these ingredients should not eat this product as they run the risk of sever allergic reaction if they do.  There had been no reports of sadverse reactions at the time of the recall. The company is recalling approximately 6,560 pounds of blood sausage link products produced between Aug. 28 and Oct. 17, 2014 and shipped to retail locations in California and Washington. The recalled products include: 1-lb. vacuum-packed packages containing 2 sausage link pieces of “A Pork Snout, Beef Blood, Rice & Noodle Link” and 5-lb. vacuum-packed packages containing multiple sausage link pieces of “A Pork Snout, Beef … [Read more...]

USDA Lists Stores Where Recalled Richard’s Brand Boudin Was Sold

A list of stores where recalled Richard's brand boudin sausage was sold has been released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA FSIS.) Carlton Foods of New Braunfels, Texas  recalled approximately 25,764 pounds of fresh Boudin products  on Oct. 30 because they were made with pre-cooked rice that may have experienced temperature abuse and could contain the toxin-producing bacteria Bacillus cereus. Bacillus cereus bacteria produce toxin that cause illness characterized by nausea and vomiting. These symptoms usually develop between 30 minutes to six hours after consumption of contaminated foods. The  recalled Boudin sausages were produced Aug. 22, 2014 through Oct. 17, 2014. They include: 12-oz. vacuum-packed packages of “RICHARD’S HICKORY SMOKED … [Read more...]

Richard’s Boudin Recalled for Temperature Abuse, Bacillus cereus

Carlton Foods of New Braunfels, Texas is recalling approximately 25,764 pounds of fresh Boudin products because they were made with pre-cooked rice that may have experienced temperature abuse and could  contain the toxin-producing bacteria Bacillus cereus. There had been no reports of illness at the time of the recall, but consumers who have purchased the recalled products should not eat them as they could become ill if they do so. Bacillus cereus  bacteria is found in a variety of foods, particularly rice that has been stored too long at room temperature. Toxins produced by Bacillus cereus cause illness characterized by nausea and vomiting. These symptoms usually develop between 30 minutes to six hours after consumption of contaminated foods. The  recalled Boudin sausages were … [Read more...]

After Listeria Recall, Capital Packers Resumes Operations

Capital Packers Inc., of Edmonton, Alberta has resumed operations after a temporary closure prompted by a November recall for possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) lifted the suspension of operations at the company's Establishment 231, after additional testing and the completion of a food safety investigation,. Capital Packers  sells products under its own name and makes several products marketed under private labels. The recalled items were  ham sausage products under the Capital and Compliments brands.. Capital Packers submitted a corrective action plan that addressed recall and traceback issues and it was approved by the CFIA which will continue to closely monitor operations at the plant. The company has also submitted a … [Read more...]

Listeria Sausage Recall Prompts Closure of Capital Packers

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has suspended the operating license at Establishment 231 of Capital Packers Inc. in Edmonton, Alberta after the company failed to correct deficiencies previously identified through CFIA inspections. The suspension comes the same day that the company issued a recall for to kinds of ham sausage because the products may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. All products at the plant are under CFIA detention and control and the CFIA is conducting a food safety investigation to determine if products shipped from the plant pose any potential risk to consumers.  The company will not be able to resume operations until the necessary corrective actions have taken place. The products under recallCapital brand and Compliments brand ham sausage … [Read more...]

Bob Evans Recalls Almost 2 Million Pounds Of Sausage

Almost 2 million pounds of Bob Evans sausage products are being recalled because labeling does not state the products contain monosodium glutamate (MSG). BEF Foods Inc., of  Columbus, Ohio, which makes Bob Evans brand products, issued the recall today for Maple Links and Maple Patties  produced at the company's Hillsdale, MI and Xenia, OH facilities. MSG is not classified as an allergen, but it can cause a reaction in people with a sensitivity to MSG such as those who have celiac disease or a gluten intolerance.  The products under recall include 12-oz. packages of “Bob Evans Maple Links” with UPC numbers of “075900002300”, “075900000085” and “075900002324”  and  12-oz. packages of “Bob Evans Maple Patties” with UPC numbers of “0759000025028” and “075900000795” and … [Read more...]

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