WASHINGTON – A public health alert was issued on March 1 by the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) after a recall was issued on a seasoning mix manufactured by PS Seasoning, Iron Ridge, Wis., that was used on a variety of ready-to-eat meat products, some of which were distributed nationwide. According to the US Food and Drug Administration, the seasoning may contain wheat, which isn’t declared on the products’ labels.

The alert was issued after FSIS food companies were notified by their seasoning supplier that the FDA-inspected seasoning mix might contain undeclared wheat. FSIS and FDA officials are collaborating to deal with the issue. No reports of illness or death have been reported due to consumption of the products.

The products affected are labeled with the following establishment numbers: “EST. 44972”, “EST. 46312”, or “EST. 44869” inside the USDA mark of inspection. The retail products from “EST. M-47484” do not include a USDA mark of inspection. The full list of products is here.