More items added to ravioli recall

by MEAT+POULTRY Staff
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Home Maid Ravioli Company
There have been no reports of adverse reactions associated with Home Maid Ravioli products subject to a recall.

WASHINGTON – Home Maid Ravioli Company Inc. launched a recall of approximately 38,950 lbs. of meat and poultry ravioli and pasta products that were produced without benefit of inspection and that contain undeclared allergens, the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) of the US Dept. of Agriculture reported.

Some of the products contain whey, a known allergen, and pork, FSIS said. Neither ingredient is declared on the product labels. FSIS discovered the problem during a review of products at a different plant. Home Maid Ravioli operates under the US Food and Drug Administration’s jurisdiction. However, the products contain amounts of meat and poultry susceptible to inspection by FSIS.

There have been no reports of adverse reactions associated with the affected products, the agency noted. The ravioli and pasta products were shipped to wholesale and retail locations in California. The items were produced on various dates between Sept. 18, 2015, and Jan. 20. The affected products include:

• 15-oz. cardboard boxed packages containing 54 pieces of “Ravioli.”

• 12-oz. cardboard boxed packages of “Ravioli.”

• 5-lb. bagged and boxed packages of “Ravioli with Sauce.”

• 10-lb. bagged and boxed packages of “Ravioli with Sauce.”

• 12-oz. cardboard boxed packages containing 24 pieces of “Deluxe Ravioli.”

• 12-oz. cardboard boxed packages containing 24 pieces of “Jumbo Deluxe Ravioli.”

• 12-oz. cardboard boxed packages containing 24 pieces of “Jumbo Ravioli.”

• 12-oz. cardboard boxed packages containing 48 pieces of “Ravioli Seasoned with Sausage.”

• 12-oz. cardboard boxed packages containing 24 pieces of “Ravioli Seasoned with Chicken.”

• 12-oz. plastic containers of “Ravioli and Spaghetti Italian Style Sauce.”

• 1-qt. plastic containers of “Italian Style Pasta Sauce.”

• 1-gal. plastic containers of “Italian Style Pasta Sauce.”

• 10-lb. bagged and boxed packages of “Cheese Tortellini in Sauce.”

• 5-lb. bagged and boxed packages of “Cheese Ravioli in Sauce.”

• 10-lb. bagged and boxed packages of “Cheese Ravioli in Sauce.”

• 10-lb. bagged and boxed packages of “Chicken Ravioli with Sauce, Pesto.”

• 10-lb. bagged and boxed packages of “Chicken Ravioli with Sauce, Marinara Sauce.”

• 5-lb. bagged and boxed packages of “Spaghetti with Sauce.”

• 10-lb. bagged and boxed packages of “Spaghetti with Sauce.”

• 5-lb. bagged and boxed packages of “Rigatoni with Sauce.”

• 10-lb. bagged and boxed packages of “Rigatoni with Sauce.”

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