WASHINGTON – Meat snack processor Oberto Snacks Inc. recalled approximately 309 lbs of smoked sausage products, according to an Aug. 22 notice from the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service. The products, produced on March 21, 2020, were recalled because they contain soy, an allergen that was not declared on the label of the products. Oberto officials were notified of the incorrect nutrition and ingredients label by its distributor on Aug. 21.
The following products were subject to the recall:
- 3-oz flexible plastic packages containing “CATTLEMAN’S CUT SMOKED SAUSAGES OLD FASHIONED” with a “BEST BY 21MAR2021 22” date and a time range between 18:35 to 19:15.
The products are labeled with establishment number “EST. 2862B” inside the USDA mark of inspection. These items were shipped to retail locations nationwide. No adverse reactions related to the consumption of the products have been reported, according to the USDA.