New York-Style Nova Lox Spence & Co Ltd has recalled New York-Style Nova Lox that were distributed in several parties in numerous states. The recalled product is a 4 oz. package with a Code/Lot number 9720704. An estimated 1,563 packages are involved. Distribution in the Detroit area and the states of Illinois, Missouri, New Jersey, and Massachusetts occurred between Sept. 26, 2012 and Oct. 5, 2012. Additional distribution through Earthfare occurred in Alabama, North Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida and Ohio between Sept. 28, 2012 and Oct. 5, 2012.
Voluntary recall of Nesquik Chocolate Powder Nestlé USA has issued a voluntary recall of a limited quantity of Nesquik Chocolate Powder. The product was made with a food-grade limestone ingredient recalled last week by Omya because it might contain Salmonella. Product subject to this recall was sold nationally in 10.9, 21.8, and 40.7 oz. canisters. Each size can be identified by the UPC and production codes listed below. Production codes are printed on the bottom of each canister.
40.7 oz. canisters bear UPC 0 28000 68230 9 and production code 2282574810 or 2282574820.
21.8 oz. canisters bear UPC 0 28000 68090 9 and production codes 2278574810, 2278574820, 2279574810, 2279574820, 2284574820, 2284574830, 2285574810, 2285574820, 2287574820, 2289574810, 2289574820.
10.9 oz. canisters bear UPC 0 28000 67990 3 and production code 2278574810
Allergen Alert: Perdue Foods chicken breast nuggets Perdue Foods, LLC of Bridgewater, VA has issued a voluntary recall of its chicken breast nuggets after it discovered that the nuggets, which had undergone a recipe reformulation, contained milk that was not listed as an ingredient on product labels. Products subject to recall include are bundled packages including three 12 oz. tray packs of Purdue Original Chicken Breast Nuggets. Packages bear establishment number P. 369 inside the USDA mark of inspection and a sell-by date of December 16, 2012. The recalled nuggets were produced on October 16, 2012 and distributed to retail stores in Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Carrot Chips may contain Salmonella San Joaquin Valley-based Bolthouse Farms issued a voluntary recall of carrot chips produced on two consecutive days because samples of the product tested positive for Salmonella. The samples were collected on October 22 by a North Carolina health official. The carrot chips, sold under the Bolthouse Farms brand, were sold to retail stores in the United States and Canada in 16 oz. bags, and bear one of the following two sets of markings:
BEST IF USED BY NOV 12 2012 04 T XXXX BF 212 J11 UPC 71464 17209
BEST IF USED BY NOV 13 2012 04T XXXX BF 212 J 12 UPC 71464 17209
McKinny frozen chicken enchilada products McKinny, Texas-based Food Source, L.P. is recalling approximately 11,400 pounds of frozen chicken enchilada products that may contain foreign materials in the form of plastic fragments. The company is recalling 57-oz. boxes of “Bremer Party Size White Meat Chicken Enchiladas.” The packages bear the establishment number “P-13130” inside the USDA mark of inspection, the UPC code 0-41498-16921-3 and the products have a best by date of “09/30/13” according to FSIS. The products were packaged on Aug. 31, 2012 and shipped to retail stores in New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The company alerted FSIS of the problem after receiving two consumer complaints.
WOW Wheatgrass Juice Recall Bee Well Natural Foods of Ohio is recalling WOW Wheatgrass Juice because it has not been pasteurized. Pasteurization destroys pathogenic bacteria that can cause serious illness. The juice was available for purchase before October 17, 2012 at grocery and health food stores in Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington D.C. Each package has seven 1-ounce frozen units. There is no coding on the product, so all WOW Wheatgrass Juice products are recalled. No other Bee Well Natural Foods products are included in this recall.