Frozen beef chili is being recalled in New York State due to potential contamination. J.T.M. Provisions Company, based in Harrison, Ohio, is recalling approximately 22,530 pounds of frozen chili. The ready-to-eat beef chili contains beans that may be contaminated with white plastic, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.

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The chili products were shipped to distributors in New York State, as well as, California, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Wisconsin.

The chili was not shipped to retail locations. It may be in school freezers or refrigerators. School nutrition professionals should not prepare these products or serve them to children. The chili should be thrown away or returned to the distributor. The chili was purchased by USDA Foods for the National School Lunch Program. The USDA says there are no confirmed reports of adverse reactions, the white plastic could pose a threat to children eating school lunches.

The product at the center of the recall is,

30-lb. case of “CHILI WITH BEANS” containing six 5-lb. boilable bags of “CP5309 CHILI WITH BEANS” with lot code 23058 printed on the bag, and “February 27, 2023” and lot code 23058 printed on the case.

 

Popular Type Of Pork Snacks Recalled In New York State

A popular type of pork snack has been recalled in New York State after it was imported from a country that is not eligible to sell meat to the United States. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced the recall on Friday, June 3, 2023.

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DEKA Trading Corp., located in Miami, is recalling approximately 13,771 pounds of imported pork rind snacks. The reason for the recall is that they were imported from Guatemala, a country that is not permitted to export meat products to the United States.

All of the pork snacks are being recalled, regardless of the date. The recall applies to 5.3 oz. foil pouch packages containing “TorTrix Con Chicharrón.”

There is no establishment number or USDA mark of inspection on the packages. These snacks were shipped to wholesale and retail locations in New York State, as well as Georgia, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Virginia. The products, which may be in consumers' pantries, should not be eaten. The snacks should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

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