Ada Valley Gourmet Foods Inc. of Ada, MI, initiated a recall Saturday of almost 3,500 pounds of raw ground beef meatloaf in three states. The products is being recalled from hospitals because a customer complained of having found bits of metal in it, according to the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). These items were shipped to hospitals in Arizona, California, and Nevada.
About The Recall
The meatloaf is sold to the hospitals frozen, premixed and raw. It was produced on May 20. The following product specifics are:
- 5-pound frozen vacuum packages packed 2 each in cartons containing “Ada Valley MEATLOAF UNCOOKED” with lot code 17034 and a packaging date of 05-20-19 represented on the label.
The products involved in the recall have establishment number EST. 10031 stamped inside the USDA mark. A customer notified the plant of the problem on July 11.
There have been reports injury or illness due to consumption of these products. However, if you feel that you are suffering from and adverse reaction as a result of consuming this product, you are advised to seek medical attention immediately.
Consumers can contact Walter Rozeboom, Vice President of Sales for Ada Valley Meats at 616-676-0767 with questions or concerns
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