February 20, 2003
Recall Update: Jumbo Foods Recall is
The Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) released the following information.
Turkey sandwiches. All sandwiches are labeled with the firm's name and
address. Sandwiches are either packed into modified atmosphere packaging
(standard sandwiches) or cryovac (hoagie style sandwiches).
LUNCH BOX SANDWICH brand:
TURKEY. Recall # F-207-3;
SMOKED TURKEY. Recall # F-208-3;
HALF CLUB. Recall # F-209-3;
TURKEY Deli Wedge. Recall # F-210-3.
DASHBOARD Deli brand:
The Commuter TURKEY SUB. Recall # F-211-3;
LONG HAUL. Recall # F-212-3;
TURKEY EURO PITA LITE STYLE. Recall # F-213-3.
Jumbo Foods label:
TURKEY PITA. Recall # F-214-3;
TURKEY CROISSANT. Recall # F-215-3;
TURKEY BAGEL. Recall # F-216-3;
TURKEY HOAGIE. Recall # F-217-3;
SMOKED TURKEY ON SOURDOUGH. Recall # F-218-3.
Product with a date code of 10/14 through 11/1. Each date is preceeded with
the letter A, B, C, D, E or with the number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. The A and 1
represent Monday production, B and 2 represent Tuesday production, etc. The
letters represent product produced on one line, and the numbers represent
product manufactured on a different line.
For example: E101802
represent sandwiches produced on Friday, 9/20/02 and coded with a pull date
Jumbo Foods, Inc., Mukilteo, WA, by telephone on October 14, 2002. Firm
initiated recall is complete.
Sandwiches were manufactured using turkey recalled by Wampler Foods due to
Listeria monocytogenes contamination.
VOLUME OF PRODUCT IN COMMERCE
AZ, CA, ID, NM, NV, OR, UT, WA and WY.