WASHINGTON — Dahlia Imports LLC, a Newark, NJ, firm, announced on March 6 that it recalled approximately 96,624 lbs of raw bone-in goat products imported into the United States from Australia that were not presented for import reinspection, said the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).

The issue was discovered during routine FSIS surveillance activities of imported products at retail stores.

The frozen, raw bone-in goat items were imported on or around April 11, 2022, and Sept. 28, 2022. The following products are subject to recall:

  • 35.27-lb cases of “BONE-IN GOAT CUBED PIECES” containing 2.2-lb plastic bags of “BONE-IN GOAT CUBES” with shipping mark WEX11734A printed on the case.
  • 35.27-lb cases of “BONE-IN GOAT SKIN-ON CUBED PIECES BROWN” containing 2.2-lb. plastic bags of “BONE-IN GOAT CUBES BROWN SKIN-ON” with shipping mark WEX11734B, WEX11734C, or WEX11734D printed on the case.
  • Various weight (56-60-lb) cases of “BONE-IN GOAT ASSORTED CUTS BROWN SKIN-ON” with shipping marks WEX11734E, WEX11734F, WEX11533A, WEX11533B, WEX11533C, or WEX11533D printed on the case (no label available). 

The products subject to recall do not bear the USDA mark of inspection. Each box bears the Australia establishment seal “101.” 

These items were shipped to distributors in California, North Carolina, New York and Ohio and were further distributed to Arizona and other states.

There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products.