Atlanta Oriental Food Wholesale Has
Recalled Pork Dumplings
Doraville, GA (SafetyAlerts)
- U.S. Department of Agriculture?s Food Safety and Inspection Service said
Atlanta Oriental Food Wholesale Company has recalled
frozen pork dumplings
being recalled are:
675 grams (1.37 lbs.) of Sam Lib Meat Dumplings. The labels are written in
both English and Korean. The English portion of the label reads: ?Meat
Dumpling, made of fresh raw material, KEEP FROZEN.? Translated into English,
the entire label reads as follows: ?SAM LIB, MEAT DUMPLING, KEEP FROZEN, IT
IS FROZEN FOOD, PLEASE EAT AFTER COOK.?
1.3 kilograms (2.87 lbs.) of Chil Kab Frozen Dumplings. The labels are
written only in Korean. Translated into English, the label reads: ?CHIL KAB
NONG SAN, CHIL KAB FARM PRODUCTS, ANACKNE MULMANDOO DUMPLING, CHIL KAB
NONGSAN DUMPLING MADE BY FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRESH MEAT UNDER HIGH QUALITY
Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to eat them but to
return them to the place of purchase. The product entered the United States
illegally from South Korea, which is not eligible to export meat and poultry
products to the U.S.
USDA has received no reports of illnesses associated with consumption of
this product. Anyone concerned about an illness should contact a physician.
?These products could present a health hazard to consumers because they have
not been re-inspected by USDA,? said Dr. Garry L. McKee, FSIS administrator.
?USDA?s Food Safety and Inspection Service and Animal and Plant Health
Inspection Service have taken immediate steps to remove this product from
The products were distributed to retail stores in the following states:
Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, South
Carolina and Tennessee.
Consumers and media with questions about the recall may contact Edward
Shinn, vice president of Atlanta Oriental Food Wholesale Company, at (770)
455-0770, ext. 209.