The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) made an intense issuance of massive revamp on frozen pizza due to high-risk food contamination and allergies.
Contaminated Frozen Products
The Food Products are often called when suspected to be contaminated with pathogens, but it’s, not the main reason to pull the food products from store shelves. However, there are some instances for a possible reason food items come in the wrong kind of packages that do not list all the ingredients in the product.
This type of blunder can be fatal, as persons with allergies may ingest a product believing it does not contain an element to which they are allergic. As a consequence companies issue recalls for mislabeled products. The Kett Even though the manufacturer realized that the product label does not include wheat, even though the product contains the ingredient.
Recalls of the Chicken Alfredo Pizza and Causes Allergies and Gluten Issue
Tuesday The company reported the issue to the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) and Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), who initiates the food recall stating during a press release that Kettle River’s frozen pizza said that the product contains wheat, a known allergen, which is not declared on the product label.
The company is recalling 1,464 pounds of chicken8 alfredo pizza with the wrong labels. The recalled product is frozen, heat-treated pizza that hasn’t been fully cooked. Between December 9th, 2021, January 3rd, 2022, there were made by Kettle River. The chicken Alfredo pizza recall affects the 12-inch, 25-oz. lot codes. “Kettle River Chicken Alfredo Pizza” wrapped in plastic with lot code “21343,21349,21362 or 22011 “stamped on the bottom of the container. Inside the USDA mark of inspection, the products have an establishment code of “P-04203.” In addition, the Federal officials said that the product was available to buyers in retail and restaurant locations in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Moreover, the company has received no reports of adverse reactions due to the consumption of these frozen pizzas. However, the presence of wheat in a product with an ingredient list that those not include wheat is a health threat. If you have a wheat allergy, you should avoid eating the recalled chicken alfredo pizza. People with gluten-related health concerns, such as celiac disease, should also avoid the product. The Food and Drug Administration is concerned that some products may be in the consumer’s freezers. These products should not be consumed by customers who have purchased them. These items should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased. Anyone with questions about the recall can contact the owner of Kettle River by email at [email protected] or by calling 320-838-3400.