The holiday will already look different for many, as the United States reaches a staggering number of coronavirus deaths of more than 255,000, and experts warn that travel to gatherings is likely to increase the spread.
“FSIS is concerned that a product may be in consumers’ refrigerators. Anyone concerned about a disease should contact a healthcare provider,” said a public health warning, adding that the products covered by the recall should not consumed.
The alarm stems from disclaimer and a black allergen, the alarm said. A recall has not been issued because the Food and Drug Administration is still investigating baked goods. There have been no reports of side effects.
The Samosas chicken and beef products were produced from November 1
Chicken and pork tamales
“The hard plastic can pose a choking hazard or cause damage to teeth or gums,” the recall said, although no confirmed reports of side effects from consumption have been reported.
The recall applies to packages of pork and chicken green chili “Tucson Tamales” that were produced between October 22, 2020 and November 9, 2020 with the establishment number “EST. 45860,” the recall said.
The Tamals were distributed nationwide.
The ingredient supplier recalled the pureed diced tomatoes in coordination with the FDA.
Wegman’s Beef Culinary Stock No Salt Added was imported around November 5, and the alarm was issued next week.
Although no side effects were reported from consumption of 32-oz containers with codes 25MAR2022 and 26MAR2022 on the label, FSIS said the products should be discarded or returned to the store from which they were purchased.
The goods were shipped to New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, according to the alarm.
Spaghetti and meatballs
The warning warns that the food may be contaminated with metal. The Kwik Trips, Inc. products were found by some consumers to have pieces embedded in the meatballs, according to the alarm.
The alarm applies to products with 10/17/20 to 11/1/20 packaging dates and 10/25/20 to 11/9/20 expiration dates on the product labels. The items with the establishment number “EST. 20852” were shipped to Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The product was not recalled because they are no longer available for purchase, but officials fear they will be eaten by customers who have already purchased them.