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Miraville Foods of El Monte CA is recalling “Miravalle Chile California & Miravalle Chile Nuevo Mexico” Brand Peppers distributed between March 15th and May 6th 2010 to some customers in CA, CO, UT, NC, NE, ID, OR and NV because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.
The recalled Peppers distributed to a small group of customers through direct delivery, distributors and retail stores are in 3oz. (UPC Code: 7 12810-00301 & 7 12810-00304), 6 oz. (UPC Code: 7 12810-60001 & 7 1280-60004), 8oz. (UPC Code: 7 12810-00802 & 7 12810-00803) and 16 oz. (UPC Code: 7 12810-16005 & 7 12810-16007) clear plastic packages under the “Miravalle Chile California & Miravalle Chile Nuevo Mexico” Brand and in bulk 25lb. boxes.
J. Hellman Frozen Foods of Los Angeles is recalling 992 cases of Senor Mexicano Avocado Pulp because of the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. These were distributed in California and Hawaii. The 2 pound bags have UPC Code 7 503012 650001 with the following Lot number on a sticker affixed to the package: A 21 04 10 / A 21 04 12.
Consumers are asked to dispose of the product or return to the place of purchase for a refund. Questions or comments can be directed to Greg Abadjian, Director of Food Safety at 213‐243‐9105 between the hours of 4 A.M. to 9:30 A.M.
Ready Pac Foods of Irwindale CA recalled 702 cases of the Baby Spinach variety of Spinach Temptations 6 oz bagged salads with Use By dates of July 4 with Product codes 11707B, IR127121 and July 8 with Product Code 12007B, IR130373 because they could be contaminated by Escherichia coli 0157:H7 (Ecoli 0157.H7).
The product was sold in California, Washington and Arizona. The Use By date and product code are located in the upper left hand corner of the package. Consumers with the products should dispose of the product and contact Ready Pac at 800-800-7822 Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm Pacific Time to obtain a full refund.
Marjon Specialty Foods Inc of Plant City FL has voluntarily recalled 119 cases of sliced apples due to possible contamination of Listeria monocytogenes. The apples are packaged in 2 ounce single serve packages and were labeled with the brand names “Simply Fresh Fruit” or “Miller’s Ale House”. Use by dates are 7/20/10 and 7/21/10. They were sold to three foodservice distributors in Florida and were successfully accounted for a destroyed by customers.
For additional details, please contact Marjon Specialty Foods, Inc. at 813-752-3482, M-F 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM EST
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