Firm recalls imported raw lamb

by Meat&Poultry Staff
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WASHINGTON – E.&B.'s Natural Way of Frederick, Md., recalled approximately 27,948 lbs. of raw lamb products, the Food Safety and Inspection Service reported. The products were produced without benefit of full import inspection.

FSIS said a routine a review of using the Automated Commercial Environment database uncovered the problem. The failure to present the product at the border for USDA-FSIS import inspection was the result of E&B not following appropriate procedures, the agency said. ACE is a web-based portal used to collect international trade data maintained by US Customs and Border Protection.

The lamb products were packaged on Oct. 21, 2013, Sept. 2, 20, 21 and 22, 2014. The products subject to the recall include:

• Lamb Packs
• Lamb Bone-In Legs
• Lamb Boneless Legs
• Lamb Saddles
• Lamb Racks
• Lamb Loins
• Lamb Shoulders
• Lamb Shanks
• Lamb Trim
• Lamb for Stew
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