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Hempler recalls pepperoni for wrong labels, undeclared milk

Hempler Foods Group is recalling about 4.5 tons of ready-to-eat pepperoni sticks because it was packaged in the wrong wrappers, resulting in an undeclared allergen. A consumer notified the company on Thursday that a package labeled as classic pepperoni actually contained pepperoni with jalapeno and cheese. Consequently, the pepperoni does not meet federal labeling requirements… Continue Reading

Salami, pepperoni recalled in U.S., Canada for Listeria risk

A California company is recalling two tons of meat products including salami and pepperoni from U.S. retailers and businesses in Canada because of Listeria contamination discovered during routine testing. Olli Salumeria Americana of Oceanside, CA, reported the ready-to-eat meat products were packaged on Jan. 19, according to the recall notice posted on the website of… Continue Reading

Ready-to-Eat-Meat Recall in Canada Expands

A rapidly expanding recall of ready-to-eat meats has “devastated” Winnipeg-based Smith’s Quality Meats. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and Smith’s began warning the public not to consume certain ready to eat meats from “Establishment 294” on June 11 because of fear about contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. Smith’s and CFIA then expanded the warning June… Continue Reading