Hawkins, Inc., a Roseville, Minn., establishment, is recalling approximately 529 pounds of pork products that were not presented at the U.S. point of entry for inspection, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. Without the benefit of full inspection, a possibility of adverse health consequences exists.
The following items, produced on June 13, 2014, are subject to recall: View Labels
131.6 lbs. of “SCAN PORK DP-941 NATURAL DEHYDRATED PORK STOCK/NATURAL DEHYDRATED PORK BROTH” and bearing packaging codes “P0010586” on the labels.
397.5 lbs. of “SCAN PORK DP-1075 NATURAL DEHYDRATED PORK STOCK/NATURAL DEHYDRATED PORK BROTH” bearing packing code “P0010628” on the label.
The products subject to recall bears establishment number “Denmark Est. 215” inside the mark of inspection. These products were distributed to processing plants in the following states: Alabama, Florida, Iowa, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. The products likely did not reach consumers.
The problem was discovered after FSIS personnel on the Recall Management and Technical Staff reviewed records in the Automated Commercial Environment database about shipments of similar products that were recently part of an FSIS recall. The employee found that the product failed to present at a Minnesota point of entry for FSIS re-inspection.
Media with questions about the recall can contact Richard Erstad at (612) 331-6910.