US: Poultry products recalled, unapproved source
Kim Seng Company, a Commerce City, California, establishment, is recalling approx. 17,674 pounds of granulated chicken bouillon products that were ineligible for import to the US, the USDA's FSIS announce.
The granulated chicken bouillon products are being recalled because the products do not meet poultry products inspection or poultry exemption requirements. The foreign inspection system of the country where the poultry ingredients originated has not been deemed equivalent to that of the US.
The problem was discovered after FSIS identified a shipment of products containing poultry which were imported from an unapproved source. The granulated chicken bouillon products were distributed to retail establishments nationwide. FSIS has received no reports of illness as a result of consuming this product.
The products subject to recall:
- 16-ounce cans of "CALFARM BRAND Granulated Chicken Bouillon"
- 16-ounce and 2.2-pound cans of "MAYLOR BRAND Granulated Chicken Bouillon."
- 5-pound and 2.2-pound bags of "MAYLOR BRAND Granulated Chicken Bouillon."
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