Sunday, November 2, 2008

The China Syndrome: US Company Recalls Biscuits

Everlasting Distributors, Inc. (Bayonne, NJ) has announced a recall of Fresh and Crispy Jacobina Biscuits. The biscuits, which are sold in Asian grocery stores across the United States, were found by FDA to contain melamine.

The recalled item is described by the distributor as follows:
3.88oz (110 gm) blue and red color clear plastic package, labeled "JACOBINA"

All packages of the biscuits have been recalled, without mention of specific lot or date codes. Consumers who purchased these biscuits are urged to return them to the store for a full refund.

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