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Nearly 1 million pounds of Vienna sausage recalled

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Century Packing Corp., is recalling approximately 999,419 pounds of chicken sausage products due to misbranding, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service. All the products contain monosodium glutamate (MSG) that was not declared on the product labels.

The chicken sausage products were produced from January 1, 2017 – February 13, 2017. According to the USDA, the recalled items were distributed for retail and school use in Florida and Puerto Rico.

Here are the list of items associated with this recall:

2.78-oz. pouches of “Great Value Minis – Bites of Chicken Sausage and Bouillon” with Packaging Dates of “01/01/2015 – 02/13/2017”

10-oz. pouches of “Great Value Minis – Bites of Chicken Sausage and Bouillon” with Packaging Dates of “01/01/2015 – 02/13/2017”

2.78-oz. pouches of “Econo Mini – Bite Size Chicken Sausages” with Packaging Dates of “ 01/01/2015 – 02/13/2017”

10-oz. pouches of “Econo Mini – Bite Size Chicken Sausages” with Packaging Dates of “01/01/2015 – 02/13/2017”

5-oz. cans of “Sedano’s Chicken Vienna Sausage in Chicken Broth” with Packaging Dates of “08/2015” and “05/2016”

117 units per pouch of “ Carmela Foods Chicken Sausage and Bouillon” with Packaging Dates of “02/2016 – 02/14/2017”

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The USDA said there have been no allergic reactions reported after mislabeling.

USDA says anyone concerned about their health due to the consumption of the product to contact a health provider.

Consumers with questions about the recall can contact Quality Control Manager Yixa Hernandez at (787) 716-2555.

 

 

 

 

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