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April 18, 2000

Blue Diamond, Pacific Gold and Golden Bounty Breaded Vegetables and Seafood Recalled

Bell Gardens, CA (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today reported that Golden Bounty Food Processors is recalling Blue Diamond, Pacific Gold and Golden Bounty Breaded Vegetables and Seafood, because the products contain undeclared soy flour.

The Blue Diamond Breaded Vegetable and Seafood Products Affected by this recall are:
Breaded Onion Rings (Regular), Onion Rings (Gourmet), Mozzarella Sticks (Regular), Mozzarella Sticks (Fire), Zucchini Slices, Zucchini Sticks, Mushrooms, Mushrooms (Gourmet) and Baja Bullets Breaded Jalapeno Chiles Cheddar Cheese.

The Blue Diamond Breaded Seafood Products Affected by this recall are:
Shrimp, Gourmet Breaded Fantail Shrimp, Coconut Breaded Shrimp (Round), Breaded Shrimp (Butterfly), Scallops (Natural), Scallops (Special), Oysters, Pollock, Cod, Sole, Calamari (Rings), Calamari (Steaks),  Calamari (Strips), Catfish and Perch.

The Pacific Gold and Golden Bounty products affected are:
Pacific Gold Gourmet Breaded Fantail Shrimp.
Golden Bounty Gourmet Breaded Fantail Shrimp.
Golden Bounty Golden Imitation Breaded Shrimp.

Over 10,000 cases of the recalled product were distributed in Alaska, Arizona, California, Illinois, Montana, Nevada and Washington state.  Each container carries a Julian date with five digits. Those with a Julian date of "04500" or earlier are affected by this recall.

This ongoing Class II recall was initiated by Golden Bounty Food Processors, by letter dated February 21, 2000.  This is the first public notice issued by the FDA.

Questions concerning this recall may be directed to the FDA at 1-888-INFO-FDA.
FDA Recall #f-249/275-0

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