Thursday, November 6, 2008

Allergy Alert: Undeclared Eggs In California Sausage

Link to Retail Distribution List Added November 6th

Jolly Good Meat Products (Los Angeles, CA) has recalled 600 pounds of ready-to-eat and raw sausage rolls due to the presence of eggs, which were not declared on the label. The problem was discovered during a routine USDA inspection.

Individuals who are allergic to eggs may experience a severe reaction shortly after eating a food that contains egg as an ingredient.

This recall covers the following products, both of which bear Est. 6216 inside the USDA label on each box:
  • 8.9-pound cases of ready-to-eat "Jolly Good Banger Rolls"
  • 24-pound cases of raw "Jolly Good Banger Rolls"

The recalled sausage rolls were produced in September and October, and were shipped to California distributors for further distribution to restaurants and retailers. 

The retail distribution list for these recalled sausages is available on the USDA/FSIS website, under Recall #040-2008.

Please check back periodically for more information on retail distribution of the recalled sausage rolls. We'll be watching for the information and will update this post if and when a distribution list is made public.

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