Some HyVee model rooster enchiladas are the topic to a public well being alert from the USDA due to misbranding.
The USDA’s Meals Security and Inspection (FSIS) experiences that the misbranded product’s label doesn’t declare soy as an ingredient as required be federal rules. Soy is one among seven substances thought-about main allergens, and thus should be particularly declared on product labels.
Authorities officers didn’t search a recall of the 43 kilos of implicated merchandise “as a result of the rooster enchilada merchandise are not obtainable in commerce,” in response to the general public alert posted by the FSIS. The precise product topic to the alert is not-ready-to-eat (NRTE), warmth handled, and never absolutely cooked.
“The issue was found when a HyVee retail retailer worker recognized the labeling difficulty and reported it to the institution,” the recall discover states.
“FSIS is anxious that some product could also be in shoppers’ fridges or freezers. Customers with meals allergy symptoms who’ve bought these merchandise are urged to not eat them. These merchandise needs to be thrown away. There have been no confirmed experiences of antagonistic reactions on account of consumption of those merchandise.”
The implicated enchiladas had been made on Jan. 3.
Customers can use the next info to find out whether or not they have the implicated merchandise of their houses:
- “HyVee mealtime CHICKEN ENCHILADAS”
- 62.4-oz. (3-lbs. 14.4-oz.)
- Lot code “21003”
- “Greatest If Use By: 01/10/2021” date
- Institution quantity “P51558” contained in the USDA mark of inspection
HyVee experiences distributing the rooster enchiladas to retail shops in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
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