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September 17,  2002

SOY AND WHEAT ALLERGY ALERT

(SafetyAlerts) - Park 100 Foods Inc., of Tipton, IN, is voluntarily recalling approximately 2,200 pounds of packages that are labeled as chicken base paste because they actually contain pork base paste. The ingredient labels do not list soy and wheat, which are present in the pork base paste.

 
The products being recalled are 1-lb. packages of "CLASSIC TUREEN Chicken Base Paste." Each package bears a code of "84525," and an establishment code of "P-6798" inside the USDA seal of inspection.
 
The product, produced on May 31, was distributed to wholesale establishments in Indianapolis.
 
Consumers who have purchased the product may return it to the point of purchase. Consumers with questions may call (317) 585-9598.

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Source: FAAN

 
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