For the second time this month a company in Puerto Rico is recalling a meat product shipped to schools and other institutional kitchens in the territory because of a complaint about metal pieces.
Following complaints from schools, Procesadora La Hacienda Inc. of San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico, is recalling 2,400 pounds of ready-to-eat (RTE) corned beef that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically soft plastic and metal.
A shell egg production facility in Puerto Rico is on notice from the Food and Drug Administration for serious violations of food safety regulations regarding the prevention of Salmonella Enteritidis during production, storage and transportation.
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Long grain milled white rice, manufactured by SAMAN and imported into the United States by Caney Distributors Inc. based in San Juan, Puerto Rico was refused entry last July. The importer had failed to provide…
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A plea agreement has led to the sentencing of José Suarez for the knowing distribution of wholesale meat that was unfit for human consumption and adulterated in violation of federal law. Suarez, owner of Joshua…
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