Chicken stew products cause a stir

by Erica Shaffer
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WASHINGTON – Korean Farm, Inc. in Santa Fe Springs, Calif., recalled approximately 14,610 lbs. of chicken stew products made in the Republic of Korea that were not presented for inspection in the United States, the Food Safety and Inspection Service reported.

FSIS import personnel discovered the problem during routine monitoring of import shipments. FSIS and Korean Farm have received no reports of adverse reactions related to consumption of the chicken stew, the agency said.

The chicken stew items were produced on Aug. 24, 2014, and Feb. 24, 2014. Products are subject to the recall include 1.87-lb. pouches of “Ginseng Chicken Stew” and 1.32-lb. pouches of “Ginseng Chicken Stew”.

The products bear the establishment number “DGA 14001” inside the Republic of Korea mark of inspection. FSIS said the products were shipped to retail locations and restaurants in Alaska, California, Colorado, Idaho, Maryland, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Washington.
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