Smithfield Packaged Meats Corp., doing enterprise as Margherita Meats, Inc., of Omaha, Neb., is recalling roughly 10,990 kilos of ready-to-eat (RTE) pepperoni merchandise due to potential Bacillus cereus (B. cereus) contamination, the U.S. Division of Agriculture’s Meals Security and Inspection Service (FSIS) introduced at present.
The issue was discovered by the Division of Protection, who notified FSIS that they discovered B. cereus throughout routine product testing.
The merchandise had been shipped to retail areas nationwide.
The RTE unsliced pepperoni product was produced and packaged on June 17, 2021.
- 8-oz. plastic shrink-wrapped packages containing unsliced pepperoni “Margherita PEPPERONI” with lot code P1931C and a “use by date” of 12-14-21 represented on the label.
The merchandise topic to recall bear institution quantity “EST. 19” contained in the USDA mark of inspection.
As of the posting of this recall, there have been no confirmed studies of antagonistic reactions because of the consumption of those merchandise.
FSIS is anxious that some merchandise could also be in shoppers’ pantries or fridges. Shoppers who’ve bought these merchandise are urged to not eat them. These merchandise ought to be thrown away or returned to the place of buy.
About Bacillus cereus
B. cereus is a toxin-producing microorganism that causes diarrhea and vomiting in individuals. These with compromised immune programs are in danger for extra extreme sickness. Vigorous rehydration and different supportive care together with antibiotics are the same old remedy.
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