January 7, 2011

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Tamales Recalled Over Undeclared Whey

WASHINGTONSan Francisco-based Homestead Pasta Company is recalling approximately 144,633 pounds of frozen meat and poultry tamale products because they contain an undeclared allergen, whey, USDAs Food and Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Jan. 6.

The recall involves 8.5-pound cases of Garibaldi BEEF TAMALE" with each case containing 12 individual 11-ounce packages; 8.5-pound cases of Garibaldi TURKEY TAMALE" with each case containing 12 individual 11-ounce packages; 10.5-pound cases of Golden West Traditional BEEF TAMALE With Sauce in Husk" with each case containing 12 individual 14-ounce packages; 10.5-pound cases of Golden West Traditional TURKEY TAMALE With Sauce in Husk" with each case containing 12 individual 14-ounce packages; 18-pound cases of Casper HOMESTEAD PASTA COMPANY Beef Tamale" with each case containing 36 individual 8-ounce packages; and 18-pound cases of Casper HOMESTEAD PASTA COMPANY Chicken Tamale" with each case containing 36 individual 8-ounce packages.

The tamale products were produced from April 2010 until January 2011 and shipped for retail sales in California, Oregon and Washington, and institutional use in California.

Click here to view the entire recall.

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