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March 7, 2001

Li'l Guy Trichips and Red Corn Tortillas Recalled

Kansas City, MO (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said today that Sloan Acquisition, dba Li'l Guy Foods, Inc. has recalled certain Li'l Guy Trichips and Red Corn Tortillas because the products do not bear ingredient statements and contain corn, FD&C Yellow No. 5 and FD&C Yellow No. 6.

This is the first public notice of this Class II recall issued by FDA.

PRODUCT
a) Li'l Guy Trichips Bulk (CHTRBKCDM) containing Cinco De Mayo (CDM) chips which are red, white and green, packaged in unlabeled 5-lb. bags, 2 bags/case. Recall # F-272-1;

b) Li'l Guy Trichips Red, White, Blue (CHTRBKRWB) containing red, white and blue chips (RWB) packaged in unlabeled 5-lb. bags, 2 bags/case. Recall # F-273-1;

c. Li'l Guy Red Corn Tortillas - 6" (CT06RN) packaged in unlabeled bags containing 10-doz. tortillas, 6 bags/case. Recall # F-274-1.

CODES:
a) EXP 031001; b) EXP 030801; c) MFR 122900.

MANUFACTURER:
Sloan Acquisition, dba Li'l Guy Foods, Inc., Kansas City, MO.
RECALLED BY:
Manufacturer, by letter dated 1/8/01. Firm-initiated recall *complete.

*Completed recall: FDA states 'completed recall' indicates the company has removed all affected product from store shelves,  it does not necessarily mean this particular product lot, or codes, have been fully accounted for.

This is the first public notice issued by FDA of this recall.

DISTRIBUTION:
Missouri.

QUANTITY:
a) 65.5 cases; b) 65 cases; c) 8 cases.

Questions concerning this recall may be directed to the FDA at 1-888-INFO-FDA.

Notice of this product warning was sent via email to SafetyAlerts subscribers March 7, 2001.  For more information regarding the SafetyAlerts free email alert service please click here.

 
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