Posted on: April 18, 2011
Cooked beef and pork meatballs are being recalled because they could be contain an undeclared ingredient that would pose dangers to allergen sufferers.
Nearly 84,000 pounds of cooked beef and pork meatballs are being recalled by Kim Son Food due to an undeclared allergen, wheat.
The recall includes:
- 12-oz. and 5-lb bags of meat balls with chicken and anchovy fish sauce, 12-oz and 5-lb bags of pork meat balls, and 12-oz and 5-lb packages of beef and tendon meat balls with chicken and anchovy flavored fish sauce.
Each of the products’ containers have a specific establishment number along with a package code. They were produced December 9, 2010 to June 9, 2011. They were sold in retail stores in Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and California’s San Francisco Bay
As an Orangeburg personal injury lawyer , I urge consumers to practice safe cooking methods to ensure any lingering bacteria is killed. Consumers should also be wary of cross contamination from produce. Bacteria can cause food poisoning that could be fatal.
While we don’t handle food recalls we feel that it’s important to educate the community to help protect their health and safety. If you have been injured by tainted food, you might wish to contact an Orangeburg personal injury lawyer who can help.