Aa Meat Products May Have Been Produced Without Federal Inspection
February 27, 2012 by staff
Aa Meat Products May Have Been Produced Without Federal Inspection, AA Meat Products Corp. of Maywood, Calif., is recalling meat and poultry products that may not have been inspected, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Safety Inspection Services announced Wednesday.
The following products are subject to recall:
Thirty-pound and 22-pound cases of the following products produced between Jan. 11, 2011 and Feb. 8, 2012: “AA Scalded Beef Omasum Tripe,” “AA Honeycomb Beef Tripe,” “AA Scalded Beef Tripe Menudo De Vovino,” “AA Beef Omasum Tripe” and “AA Beef Tripe.”
Various weights of the following products produced between March 5, 2011 and Feb. 8, 2012: pork chops, beef short ribs, beef tongues, boneless beef shank, boneless beef rib-eye lipon, boneless beef short plate, boneless beef strip loin and beef fat.
Ten-pound bags of the following products produced between April 7, 2011 and Feb. 8, 2012: chicken feet, duck feet and pork uteri.
Additionally the pork uteri, chicken feet and duck feet products may have been produced using sodium percarbonate, a food additive that is not approved for use in these specific products.
Case labels or packaging may bear the establishment numbers “EST. 21492,” “P-21492″ or “EST. 21492A” in the USDA mark of inspection or “EST. 21492,” “P-21492″ simply ink-jetted on the case label. The products were sold in California, Colorado, Illinois, Nevada, Oregon, Texas and Washington. The problem was discovered during an FSIS investigation.
FSIS has received no reports of illness due to consumption of these products. Anyone concerned about an illness should contact a health care provider.
For more information, call Johnny Wu at 626-376-2819.
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