Firm recalls pasta sauce on allergen concerns

by Meat&Poultry Staff
Share This:
Search for similar articles by keyword: [Food Safety]
WASHINGTON – DelMonaco Specialty Foods, Morgan Hill, Calif., recalled approximately 5,616 lbs. of Armanino brand Bolognese sauce products, the US Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service reported. The sauce contains milk, a known allergen, which was declared on the label. However, labels weren't attached to all the products in the lot, FSIS said.

A customer discovered the problem, according to the agency. There have been no reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of the Bolognese Sauce with Beef & Pork. The sauce was produced on Sept. 25, 27 and Nov. 7. Products affected by the recall include:

• 7.5-lb. cases containing twelve 10-ounce bags of “Bolognese Sauce with Beef & Pork” with case number 31113 printed on the interior bag.
• 7.5-lb. cases containing twelve 10-ounce bags of “Bolognese Sauce with Beef & Pork” with case number 27013 printed on the interior bag.
• 12-lb. cases containing four 3-pound bags of “Bolognese Sauce with Beef & Pork” with case number 31113 printed on the interior bag.
• 12-lb. cases containing four 3-pound bags of “Bolognese Sauce with Beef & Pork” with case number 26813 printed on the interior bag.

The affected products are missing the USDA mark of inspection with the establishment number inside. The sauce was sold for institutional use in San Francisco and Hayward, Calif.
Add a Comment
We welcome your thoughtful comments. Please comply with our Community rules.








The views expressed in the comments section of Meat and Poultry News do not reflect those of Meat and Poultry News or its parent company, Sosland Publishing Co., Kansas City, Mo. Concern regarding a specific comment may be registered with the Editor by clicking the Report Abuse link.