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July 30, 1998

Importer Recalls Bone-In Serrano Ham Because of Chemical Residue

TOLEDO, SPAIN (SafetyAlerts) - Navidul, as importer basec in Spain is reclling some of their Navidul Bone-In Serrano 17-lb. hams, distributed for institutional use because the product was found to contain the chemical residue, sulfamethazine.

212 boxes of the recalled hams were distributed to food institutions in New York, Florida, and Texas.  Nuvidul is contacting the distributers directly concerning the recall.

The recalled ham can be identified by the code of 0444 on box and should not be used.  Questions concerning this recall can be directed to Al Tonino, manager, 201-343-5161.

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