USDA issues recall of mislabeled ready-to-eat chicken burritos
HAMTRAMCK, Mich. – The USDA has issued a recall for 268 pounds of chicken burritos sold in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio.
According to the Food Safety AND Inspection Service, the ready-to-eat products were recalled by manufacturer NuVue Foods of Hamtramck.
The products contain egg, a known allergen, that is not declared on the label.
They were produced on October 31, but the problem was discovered Friday, November 9.
FSIS says there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption, but urge anyone concerned about injury or sickness to call a healthcare provider.
The products subject to the recall are as follows:
6-oz. individually wrapped packages of “18th Street Deli Chicken Burrito” bearing expiration dates of “EXP 11/12/18” and “EXP 11/14/2018.”
The products subject to recall bear establishment number “P-22061,” inside the USDA mark of inspection. These items were shipped to retail locations, specifically vending machines, in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. (See Below)
The establishment produced “18th Street Deli Farmers Burritos,” containing eggs, which were mistakenly labeled as “18th Street Deli Chicken Burrito”.
Anyone with questions about this or any other current USDA recall can find more information on their website.