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Contact:Lewis ShuckmanPhone: 502-775-6478
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - February 1, 2011 - Shuckman’s Fish Co. of Louisville, KY is updating their recall of its 8 ounce packages of Mooney’s Kentucky Bourbon Cheese and ValuMarket Beer Cheese Spread because they may contain undeclared soy and anchovy puree. People who have allergies to soy and fish run the risk of serious or life threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.The products in question are:
Mooney’s Kentucky Bourbon Cheese, 8 oz plastic container, Lot 010511 Sell By 04/05/2011, Lot 012111 Sell By 04/19/11; UPC 8 28260 10038 0ValuMarket Beer Cheese Spread, 8 oz plastic container, Lot 91610 Sell by 11-16-2010, Lot 92810 Sell By 11-28-10, Lot 101810 Sell By 12-18-2010, Lot 102210 Sell By 12-22-10, Lot 111210 Sell By 01/12/11, Lot 112610 Sell By 01/26/11, Lot 121310 Sell By 03/13/11, Lot 011411 Sell By 04/14/11, Lot 011711 Sell By 04/17/2011; UPC 0 28260 12501 1.
Products are sold to retail stores in Kentucky.No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this problem.The recall was initiated after it was discovered that the soy and anchovy puree containing products were distributed in packaging that did not reveal the presence of soy and anchovy puree. Subsequent investigation indicates the problem was caused by a temporary breakdown in the company’s production and packaging processes.Consumers who have purchased the products are urged to return them to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1-502-775-6478 Monday through Friday 8:00a.m to 3:00p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
Contact:Justin Rashid 231-347-9030 x 3003
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - February 3, 2011
· This is a firm initiated recall affecting certain lots (see below for details) of American Spoon Foods brand Apple Chipotle Salsa, Maple BBQ Grilling Sauce, and Pumpkin Chipotle Roasting Sauce.
· These recalled products may contain undeclared wheat flour which may be dangerous for wheat or gluten sensitive individuals.
· Consumers who have wheat or gluten sensitivities should discard the product and seek medical advice if they experience a food reaction after consuming the product.
What is the Problem? American Spoon Foods is voluntarily recalling Apple Chipotle Salsa, Maple BBQ Grilling Sauce, and Pumpkin Chipotle Roasting Sauce. These three products may have various lot codes. The lot codes are the first 4 numbers of the 12 digit code printed directly on the glass on the back of the jar below the “Best Flavor By” date. Affected products have the following codes: • Apple Chipotle Salsa, 13.5 oz jar, UPC code 019363016047 • All codes from 9301 – 9363 • All codes from 0002 – 0365 • All codes from 1002 – 1034 • Maple BBQ Grilling Sauce, 15 oz jar, UPC Code 019363014371 • All codes from 9301 – 9363 • All codes from 0002 – 0365 • All codes from 1002 – 1034 • Pumpkin Chipotle Roasting Sauce, 14 oz jar, UPC Code 019363014173 • All codes from 9301 – 9363 • All codes from 0002 – 0365 • All codes from 1002 – 1034 • If you have trouble reading the code, err on the side of caution and discard the product. These products may contain undeclared wheat which may cause reactions in those with wheat or gluten sensitivities. What are the Symptoms of Illness/Injury? Symptoms could be any typical food sensitivity reaction such as swelling of the face or lips, rash, difficulty breathing. It is important to note there have been no consumer complaints or reports of adverse reactions from using these products.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - February 4, 2011 - Rouses Markets (mailto:www.rouses.com?subject=) announced the voluntary recall of wild-caught yellow fin tuna steaks labeled as product of USA with a UPC Code beginning with 208732 sold at Rouses Markets with Sell By dates between December 1, 2010 and January 27, 2011. These previously frozen tuna steaks are being recalled because of potential elevated levels of histamine. This recall does not impact any other fish or seafood sold by Rouses Markets.
High levels of histamine can produce an allergic reaction, called histamine fish poisoning or scrombroid fish poisoning, that may result in symptoms that generally appear within minutes to an hour after eating the affected fish. There have been two reported incidents by consumers. Rouses Markets feels that while these were isolated incidents, this is the responsible reaction, and that every precautionary measure should be taken when it comes to its customers’ health and safety.
The following are the most common symptoms of histamine or scromboid fish poisoning: tingling or burning sensation in the mouth, facial swelling, rash, hives and itchy skin, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea; these symptoms usually resolve within several hours without medical intervention. However, each individual may experience symptoms differently; if symptoms are severe an individual may need to seek medical attention for treatment with antihistamines.
If consumers have wild-caught yellow fin tuna steaks in their freezer with the indicated UPC code and Sell By dates, they may return the product to the store for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company by calling 1-800-688-5998, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Central Time.
The wild caught yellow fin tuna steaks were distributed to the two states where Rouses Markets operates: Louisiana and Mississippi. Rouses Market has removed the affected product from all seafood cases.
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