Another recall initiated on allergen fears

by Bryan Salvage
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WASHINGTON – In the latest of recent recalls based on undeclared allergens, Butterfield Foods, Noblesville, Ind., is voluntarily recalling (Class II Recall; Health risk: low) approximately 285,100 lbs. of barbecue beef, pork and chicken products because they contain soy, which is not declared on the label, according to the Food Safety Inspection Service.

FSIS discovered the problem during a cross-referencing of labels as part of label verification by agency inspection personnel. The problem occurred as a result of a change in product formulation by the company. No reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products have been received.

The products subject to recall include:

  • Two 5-lb. cases (Net Wt. 10 lbs.) of Butterfield Foods Texas Style BBQ Sauce with Pork with a case code of "05002205."
  • Two 5-lb. tubs (Net Wt. 10 lbs.) of Amish Classic Texas Style BBQ Pork with a case code of "05002205AC."
  • Two 5-lb. cases (Net Wt. 10 lbs) of Butterfield Foods Texas Style BBQ Sauce with Pork with a case code of "05002816."
  • Two 5-lb. cases (Net Wt. 10 lbs.) of Butterfield Foods Texas Style BBQ Sauce with Beef with a case code of "01007205."
  • Two 5-lb. tubs (Net Wt. 10 lbs.) of Amish Classic Texas Style BBQ Sauce with Beef with a case code of "01007205AC."
  • Eight 1-lb. cases (Net Wt. 8 lbs.) of Butterfield Foods Texas Style BBQ Sauce with Beef with a case code of "01007816."
  • Two 5-lb. cases (Net Wt. 10 lbs.) of Butterfield Foods Texas Style BBQ Sauce with Chicken with a case code of "02011205."
  • Two 5-lb. tubs (Net Wt. 10 lbs.) of Amish Classic Texas Style BBQ Sauce with Chicken with a case code of "0211205AC."
  • Eight 1-lb. cases (Net Wt. 8 lbs.) of Butterfield Foods Texas Style BBQ Sauce with Chicken with a case code of "02011816."
  • Five-lb. aluminum trays of Butterfield Foods Casino Rib Fingers in Sauce with a case code of "05082206."

Each case bears the establishment number "P-6945" or "EST. 6945" inside the USDA mark of inspection. The products were produced between April 2, 2010, and May 5, 2011, and were distributed to retail establishments and restaurants in Indiana.

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