Congressional and Public Matters Neil Gaffney (202) 720-9113 WASHINGTON, May 18, 2012 – Promote Farms, a Turlock, Calif. establishment, is recallingapproximately 15,040 pounds of the poultry hamburger product because ofmisbranding as well as an undeclared allergen. The merchandise consists of aseasoning mix with hydrolyzed soy protein, a known allergen, notdeclared around the label. The next method is susceptible to recall: [View Label ] 10-lb.
cases that contains 30 5.33-oz. “Promote Farms, Ready toCook, Boneless Mediterranean Style Whitened Poultry Hamburgers” withthe situation code “96384” and also the following Julian dates:”1362,” “2027,” “2033,””2039,” “2040,” “2046,””2054,” “2125,” “2129,””2130″ and “2131.” The merchandise bears the establishment number “P-157” insidethe USDA mark of inspection. The items were created on variousdates between December 28, 2011, and could 10, 2012, and were soldfor institutional use within Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada,Or, Utah and Washington. The issue is discovered throughout a routine label review by FSISand happened consequently of the organization getting a spice mix fromits supplier after an component reformulation request by thecompany to achieve the hydrolyzed soy component removed. d.
Thereformulation incorporated soy, that was not declared around the turkeyburger label. FSIS and the organization haven’t received any reviews ofadverse responses because of use of the items. Anyoneconcerned in regards to a reaction should speak to a health care provider. Customers with questions regarding the recall should contact thecompany’s consumer matters manager, Teresa Lenz, at (209) 394-6914,ext. 4369.
Media with questions regarding the recall should contact thecompany’s director of advertising and pr, Ira Brill,at (209) 394-6914, ext. 6891. Customers with food safety questions can “Request Karen,” theFSIS virtual representative available 24 hrs each day at AskKaren.gov or via smartphone at m.askkaren.penalties “Request Karen” live chat services can be found Mondaythrough Friday from 10 a.m.
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