Indiana Firm Has Recalled Fresh Pork Tenderloin
Delphi, IN (SafetyAlerts)
U.S. Department of
Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said that Indiana Packers
Corporation has recalled approximately 730 pounds of fresh pork tenderloin
because of misbranding, including undeclared allergens (peanut and sesame
Peanut oil is a known allergen. Persons who have an allergy or severe
sensitivity to peanut oil run the risk of possible allergic reactions if
they consume this product.
The products being recalled are two-pound packages of "INDIANA KITCHEN, PORK
TENDERLOIN, GARLIC FLAVORED." The establishment code "EST. 17564" is inside
the USDA seal of inspection. Each package also bears one of the following
sell or freeze by dates: "8 08 02," "9 04 02," "10 11 02," or "10 18 02."
The products were produced on July 11, Aug. 7, Sept. 6, Sept. 13 and Sept.
20 and were sent to distributors in Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, New York
and Pennsylvania. The products were also shipped to Bermuda and Japan.
"We urge consumers, especially those allergic or sensitive to peanut oil, to
check to see if they have this product," said Dr. Garry L. McKee, FSIS
administrator. "If they find the product listed above, consumers with these
allergies should not eat it, but return it to the point of purchase."
The company discovered the problem and notified FSIS.
Consumers and media with questions about the recall may contact Edward
Nelson, company president, at (765) 564-7278, or Gary Jacobson, company
executive vice president, at (765) 564-7216.