March 13, 2000
Zartic, Inc. Recalls Chicken Breast Fritters Because of Undeclared
Rome, GA (SafetyAlerts) - Zartic, Inc. is
voluntarily recalling approximately 18,600 pounds of chicken breast fritters because the
product may contain undeclared egg product, the U.S. Department of Agricultures Food
Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.
Egg products are a known allergen. Persons who
have an allergy or severe sensitivity to egg products run the risk of possible serious
allergic reactions if they consume these products. FSIS has classified this as a Class I recall.
The product being recalled is 18 pound cases of
"COOKED CHICKEN BREAST FRITTERS" packaged for institutional use. Each case has a
code of "63014" on the label, and "P-703" appears inside the USDA seal
of inspection. The products being recalled were produced on Aug. 21, 1999, and Feb. 18,
2000, and are listed on the case label as code date 08219910, 08219911, 08219912,
08219913, 08219914, 02180011, 02180012, 02180013, and 02180014.
The product was sold to distributors in the
following states: Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Texas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Kansas, Florida,
Oklahoma, Arizona, Ohio, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. The product was not sold at
No illnesses associated with consumption of the
product have been reported. Anyone concerned about an illness should contact a
Consumers with questions about the recall may
contact Robert Naegel, Zartic, Inc., at (706) 234-3000 ext. 3413.
Notice of this product warning was sent via email
to SafeMail subscribers March 13,
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