USDA re­calls hot dogs, chicken and beef

Lodi News-Sentinel - - Page Two - — Kyla Cathey

WASH­ING­TON — Work­ing with the U.S. Depart­ment of Agri­cul­ture’s Food Safety and In­spec­tion Ser­vices, Cus­tom Culi­nary, Inc. and Marathon En­ter­prises, Inc. have is­sued vol­un­tary re­calls of sev­eral food prod­ucts.

Cus­tom Culi­nary is re­call­ing Molly’s Kitchen Soup Base Paste Beef Paste and Molly’s Kitchen Chicken Base Paste with es­tab­lish­ment num­ber “EST. 2016” or “EST. P-1278” in­side the USDA mark of in­spec­tion. The prod­ucts were mis­la­beled and con­tain soy, an al­ler­gen, which is not de­clared on the la­bel.

Marathon En­ter­prises is re­call­ing a wide va­ri­ety of hot dog and sausage prod­ucts sold un­der the Sabrett brand. Pieces of bone were re­port­edly found in some of the prod­ucts.

For more in­for­ma­tion about these and other food re­calls, visit re­calls.

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