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October 7, 2003

Indiana Firm Recalls Meat Products Because Of Undeclared Allergens

(SafetyAlerts) - Olympic Food Products Inc., a Kokomo, Ind., establishment, is voluntarily recalling approximately 33,000 pounds of frozen corn dogs that contain undeclared allergens (egg, whey) and an undeclared ingredient (beef), the U.S. Department of Agriculture?s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced today.

The products being recalled are:

"QUICKMEAL PREMIUM CORN DOG, BATTER-WRAPPED CHICKEN & PORK FRANK ON A STICK, NET WT 2.75 oz. Included on each package is the label code "40238-07", which is located on the back of the package in the lower right hand corner below the list of ingredients. These products contained undeclared allergens and were produced on July 28, Aug. 18, and Sept. 16, 2003.
"OUICKMEAL PREMIUM JUMBO CORN DOG, BATTER-WRAPPED CHICKEN & PORK FRANK ON A STICK, NET WT 4 oz. Included on each package is the label code "37175-02", which is located on the back of the package in the lower right hand corner below the list of ingredients. These products contained an undeclared ingredient and were produced on Aug. 18 and 19, 2003.

All of the products subject to recall also bear the establishment code "EST. P-6882" inside the USDA mark of inspection.

The products were distributed nationwide to wholesale and retail establishments. The problem was discovered by the company.

FSIS has received no reports of illnesses associated with consumption of these products. Anyone concerned about an illness should contact a physician.

Consumers with questions about this recall may contact the company?s consumer hotline at 1-877- 446-7635. Media with questions should contact Mike Downs, company president, at 1-800-326-4008
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