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Friday, June 5, 2015

More chicken, pork, and beef products recalled

More chicken, pork, and beef products recalled
LQNN, Inc., a Garden Grove, Calif. firm, added additional poundage to the recalled products list, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The added products should have been part of the original 213,192 pounds of chicken, beef and pork products that were recalled on May 20, 2015. The new total recalled poundage is 598,374 pounds. The products which were moved and sold in commerce included the unapproved use of another facility’s mark of inspection, which has been identified as Establishment number 18995.  
LQNN, Inc., operating as Lee’s Sandwiches, has been processing products from federally-inspected establishments and repackaging them without the benefit of inspection. Products produced without inspection present potential of increased human health risk.
The various poultry, beef and pork items were produced prior to May 26, 2015. The following additional products are subject to recall:   
  • 2,434-lb of “Sliced Jambon.”
  • 1,460-lb of “Sliced Headcheese.”
  • 1,712-lb of “Sliced Pork Roll.”
  • 58-lb of “Sliced Cured Pork.”
  • 8,033-lb of “Sliced Ham.”
  • 2,796-lb of “Roast Beef.”
  • 150-lb of “Fully Cooked Grilled Pork.”
  • 200-lb of “Fully Cooked Nuong.”
  • 1,620-lb of “Fully Cooked Meatball Filling.”
  • 90-lb of “Fully Cooked Teriyaki Chicken.”
  • 4,080-lb of “Pork & Shrimp Egg Roll.”
  • 126-lb of “Steam Pork Bun Filling.”
  • 576-lb of “Pork/Shrimp Egg Rolls.”
  • 645-lb of “Fully Cooked Baked Pork Pate Chaud (Large).”
  • 674-lb of “Fully Baked Chicken Pate Chaud (Large).”
On May 28, 2015, the company recalled an additional 227,731 pounds of chicken, beef and pork products produced prior to May 26, 2015. The following products listed below should have been included in the initial recall:
The various poultry, beef and pork items were produced prior to May 26, 2015. The following additional products are subject to recall:
  • 63,734-lb of “Ham & Cheese CROISSANT.”
  • 5,218-lb. of “Cooked Dry SHREDDED PORK Cha Bong Thit Heo.”
  • 8,631-lb. of “SHREDDED PORK Bi.”
On May 20, 2015, the company recalled 213,192 pounds of chicken, beef and pork products produced prior to May 26, 2015. The following products listed below were included in the initial recall:
The following products are subject to recall and were sent to various restaurant locations in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon and Texas to be cooked and served to consumers. The following products may contain “Est. 11041” or “P-11041” inside the USDA mark of inspection:
  • 54,509-lb. of “Banh Bao Pork & Egg Steamed Bun.”
  • 15,147-lb. of “Banh Bao Trung Cut Pork & Quail Egg Steamed Bun Vietnamese Style.”
  • 55,114-lb. of “PORK PATE CHAUD (LARGE).”
  • 6,016.5-lb. of “PORK PATE CHAUD (SMALL).”
  • 50,036-lb. of “CHICKEN PATE CHAUD (LARGE).”
  • 6,184.5-lb. of “CHICKEN PATE CHAUD (SMALL).”
The following products are subject to recall and were sent to the aforementioned restaurant locations in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon and Texas to be prepared and served to consumers. The following products may contain “Est. 11041” or “P-11041” inside the USDA mark of inspection:
  • 22,812-lb. of “SLICED OIL BROWNED TURKEY PREMIUM BREAST MEAT FULLY COOKED.”
  • 2,453.5-lb. of “SLICED SALAMI MEAT with wine FULLY COOKED.”
The following products are subject to recall and were sent to various retail locations in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon and Texas for retail distribution to consumers. The following products may contain “Est. 18995” inside the USDA mark of inspection:
  • 222.25-lb. of 4-oz. plastic containers of “FRUIT BEEF JERKY (Kho Bo).”
  • 352-lb. of 4-oz. plastic containers of “B.B.Q. BEEF JERKY (Kho Bo).”
  • 354-lb. of 4-oz. plastic containers of “Curry BEEF JERKY (Kho Bo).”
The problem was discovered by FSIS personnel during a surveillance review. During this review, FSIS personnel observed and detained non-federally inspected products which were produced at the warehouse distributorship and had applied USDA marks of inspection without authorization.
FSIS and the company have received no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products. Anyone concerned about a reaction should contact a healthcare provider.

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