Texarkana, Texas 2021-02-23 10:23:30 –
Washington DC (KTAL / KMSS) – According to the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), approximately 96,810 pounds of beef tallow products imported from China have been recalled.
The following heat-treated room-temperature preserved hot pot seasonings containing beef tallow are subject to recall. [View Labels (PDF Only)]:
- 17.6 oz “Meiyo Nabe Seasoning (Slightly Spicy)” vacuum sealed package.
- 17.6 oz “Meiyo Nabe Seasoning (Super Spicy, Extreme)” vacuum sealed package.
- 12.07 oz Vacuum-sealed package of “Meyo Nabe Seasoning (Medium Spicy, Mala)”.
Products that are not marked for federal inspection have been shipped to distributors, retailers and restaurants in Texas, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada and New York.
GLG Trading Inc., a California trading company, issued a recall after learning that the product was shipped to the United States by the beef ineligible country, the People’s Republic of China, and was not inspected by the FSIS Import Reinspection.This is required for distribution in the United States
USDA has classified recalls into Class I, the greatest threat. “This is a health hazard situation where the use of the product can reasonably cause serious adverse health effects or death.”
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