October 14, 2000Mission Foods and Azteca Milling
Recall Yellow Corn Products
TX (SafetyAlerts) Mission Foods
Foodservice and Azteca Milling L.P. announced late Friday that they are recalling all
yellow corn products and replacing them with products made from white corn because of the
possibility products may contain StarLink, a protein not approved for human consumption.
Mission Foods said
in its press release that all yellow taco shells, yellow tortilla chips, yellow corn
tortillas, yellow tostadas and similar yellow corn products for private label brands
manufactured for a number of grocery and national chains are under recall.
Consumers with questions regarding
the Mission Foods products involved in the recall can call a special consumer number,
1-800-600-taco, or visit the company's web site here:
announced that it is recalling its yellow corn flour from the marketplace because it could
possibly contain StarLink, a protein not approved for human consumption. The company
announced that it would mill white corn only.
More information may be found at the
company web site below:
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