In Plymouth, Minnesota, Taher Inc. has recalled about 22,096 pounds of meat products that were made without the permission of federal inspection, as per the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).

The frozen meat products were manufactured and packed between Feb. 25, 2020 and Sept. 22, 2020. Below is the list of the products that are subject to the Class I, maximum risk recall:

16-lb. packages containing 4 bags of “Fresh Seasons Tator Tot Hot Dish” having lot code 056-282 and barcode 108101060239.

16-lb. packages containing 4 bags of “Fresh Seasons Sloppy Joe” having lot code 065-269 and barcode 1081010602366.

The recalled products may or may not have the tag of establishment number “EST. 45091” inside the USDA mark of inspection. These items were supplied to several institutions and foodservice sites in Minnesota.

The scheme was brought to light by FSIS’s inspection official who ascertained that the products were made without the benefit of federal inspection.

Till now, no case of sickness has been reported due to consumption of these products. However, if anyone feels or observes reaction or symptoms in him or herself he or she should consult a healthcare provider.

FSIS is worried that some product may still be there in institutional or food service freezers. Institutions and foodservice locations that have bought these products are appealed not to serve them. These products should be either be discarded away or returned to the place from where it was bought.

FSIS regularly conducts recall efficiency checks to make sure that the recalling firms are alerting their customers regarding the recall and measures are being taken by them to make definite that these product are no longer available to consumers. When accessible, the retail distribution list(s) will be published on the official website of FSIS- www.fsis.usda.gov/recalls.

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