The US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) have released a public health alert regarding the consumption of ready-to-eat (RTE) meat and poultry bowl products from Taylor Farms.
The regulator notified of adulteration with foreign irrelevant material, especially glass.
FSIS investigated and found that Dallas-based Taylor Farms manufactured the RTE meat and poultry bowl goods on 5-6 October.
The products suspected to be affected by the public health alert include 10oz plastic bowl packet containing ‘Meal Simple Spaghetti Squash and Alfredo with Chicken’, 10oz plastic bowl packet having ‘Meal Simple Spaghetti Squash with Chicken & Pesto’ and 10oz plastic bowl packet comprising ‘Meal Simple Spaghetti Squash and Pepperoni’.
FSIS published the public health alert for 11oz plastic bowl package too which holds ‘Meal Simple Spaghetti Squash and Meatballs’.
A Taylor Farms staffs recognized the issue, detecting pieces of glass in a product during production.
Carrying an establishment number ‘P-34733’ or ‘EST 34733’ within the USDA mark of inspection, the products were distributed to retail locations in San Antonio and Houston, Texas.
The regulatory firm also said that that it is issuing this public health alert out of caution to make sure that consumers are vigilant enough and don’t consume these products at all.
FSIS informed that a recall was not started since these products are no longer available to be bought by the consumers.
FSIS shared its worry that some items may be in freezers of the restaurant and suggested the restaurants not to serve these products. It appealed the consumers not to consume them and return them back to the place from where they bought it.