August 14, 2022

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...]

Alpine Sausage Recalled for Undeclared Allergen

Alpine Sausage Kitchen of Albuquerque is recalling approximately 3,350 pounds of beef and pork products due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen, soy. Consumers with allergies to soy should not eat this product. The sausage products were produced on various dates from February 4, 2014 and March 26, 2015. They include: 10-lb. boxes containing “Alpine Sausage Kitchen VIENNA SAUSAGE Calcium Reduced Dried Skim Milk Added;” and 10-lb. boxes containing “Alpine Sausage Kitchen COOKED BRATWURST (GERMAN BRAND).” The recalled products have the establishment number “EST. 7060” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were shipped to a retail location in Texas. There had been no reports of adverse reactions at the time of the recall. Anyone concerned about an injury or illness should … [Read more...]

Hong Ha Beef and Pork Patties Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

Hong Ha of Hyattsville, Md. is recalling 10,164 pounds of beef and pork patties due to misbranding and undeclared allergens. The products contain wheat flour, eggs, and milk which are not declared on the product label. The beef and pork items were produced on various dates between December 1, 2014 and April 23, 2015.  The problem was discovered during a routine label review by FSIS personnel. The recalled items, which bear the establishment number “EST. 4261” inside the USDA mark of inspection, were shipped to restaurants and retail locations in Maryland and Virginia. They include: 6-oz. packages containing HONG HA GIO HUE (Vietnamese Brand Seasoned Pork Patty Mix), 7-oz. packages containing HONG HA NEM (Vietnamese BrandFresh Seasoned Pork Pattie Mix for Barbecue),  8-oz. packages … [Read more...]

Ossie’s Fish Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

SM Fish Corp of New York is recalling Ossie's fish products because they contain undeclared milk and eggs, which are two of the major food allergens. No illnesses or allergic reactions have been reported to date. The first recall is for Ossie's Pickled Lox & Cream for undeclared eggs. The product was distributed to retail stores in New York and New Jersey. The product is packaged in 8 ounce clear plastic containers with UPC number 739885104113 and date code "06/04/15" on the bottom of the tub. The second recall is for Ossie's Herring in Sourcream and Ossie's Pickled Lox Dairy Products for undeclared milk. The Herring in Sourcream is sold in 8 ounce clear plastic containers with UPC number 739885114174 and date code "06/08/15". Ossie's Pickled Lox Dairy is sold in 8 ounce … [Read more...]

Undeclared Allergens the Leading Source of USDA Recalls for 5th Straight Year

Undeclared allergens were the leading cause of USDA recalls in 2014, the fifth straight year that they have held the title. Of the 94 recalls, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued last year, 43 were for undeclared allergens. In its breakdown of sources for recalls, the USDA groups all undeclared allergens together, whereas bacterial sources of recalls, such as E.coli, Salmonella and Listeria are listed separately along. Other categories include: extraneous material, processing defect, undeclared substance and other. These USDA considers the wheat, soy, eggs, milk, peanuts, shellfish, tree nuts, soybeans and fish "the big eight" allergens. About 2 percent of adults and 5 percent of children have allergies.  Those with severe allergies experience anaphylactic shock with … [Read more...]

Mountain Apple Smoked Pork Recalled for Undeclared Allergen

Kulana Foods of Hilo, Hawaii is recalling approximately 4,465 pounds of frozen, fully cooked pork products because they contain an undeclared allergen, wheat. The products soy sauce which contains wheat, which is not declared on the label. The products subject to recall are: “MOUNTAIN APPLE BRAND Teri Smoked Pork” with identifying case codes: 03414, 07214, 12814, 16914, 21114, 28114, 03713, 05113, 06513, 23313, or 34513 sold in packages in varying weights.  And “MOUNTAIN APPLE BRAND Teri Smoked Pork”  in 5-pound packages with identifying case code: 09214.  The products, which have “EST. 12445” inside the USDA mark of inspection on the label,  were produced on various dates between Feb. 6, 2013 and Oct. 8, 2014 and shipped to retail stores in Hawaii and Oahu. The problem was … [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...]

Ranch Market Toasts Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

A variety of Ranch Market brand "toasts" are being recalled for the undeclared allergens wheat, soy and milk. Consumers who have allergies to these ingredients should not eat these products as they run the risk of a life-threatening allergic reaction if they do. The recalled toasts, produced by Welcome Market, Inc. of Union City, Calif. include Taro Toast, Family Toast, U-Ta-Ne Toast, Raisin Toast, Green Onion Porksung Toast, Coconut Toast, Pineapple Toast, Multi-9 Grain Toast, Cheese Toast, Wheat Bran Toast, and Red Bean Toast. The recalled products were  packaged as pre-sliced loaves in clear plastic bags with "sell by" dates of 11/04/14 or prior and distributed to company- owned stores . They may be returned to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers who have … [Read more...]

WAWA Garden Rotini Salad Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

WAWA Garden Rotini Salad from Taylor Farms New Jersey, Inc. is being recalled for the undeclared allergens fish, wheat and eggs.  The Swedesboro, NJ had not received reports of illness at the time of the recall but consumers with allergies to these ingredients should not eat the salad as they risk a severe allergic reaction if they do. The company is recalling 1,510 units of  the product which was packaged in 8 oz. containers and sold in WAWA stores in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, and Maryland. The recalled product have  the “sell by” date 11/04/2014 TFNJ 303 1 5:00am found on the top the container. This recall does not apply to any other WAWA or Taylor Farms products distributed anywhere in the United States. Consumers with allergies who purchased should throw it … [Read more...]

Undeclared Allergens the Leading Cause of FDA Recalls

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is using a three-pronged approach to reduce the number of leading cause of food recalls it requests: undeclared allergens.  Ingredients such milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, wheat, peanuts, and soybeans cause serious, sometime life-threatening reactions for those with allergies. The agency says that by researching the source of labeling errors; working with industry to develop best practices; and exploring new allergen testing methods it can improve the labeling process and minimize the problem. All food regulated by the FDA is required by federal law to have labeling that identifies major food allergens. Products that don't  are considered misbranded and can be seized by FDA, but most companies recall such food products … [Read more...]

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