NEW YORK — Kraft Foods is recalling 96,000 pounds of a Oscar Mayer wieners since they might incorrectly enclose cheese.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service pronounced Sunday that Kraft’s “Oscar Mayer Classic Wieners” might instead enclose a company’s “Classic Cheese Dogs.”
The group pronounced a product labels are improper and do not simulate a mixture compared with a pasteurized cheese in a cheese dogs. Those products were done with milk, a famous allergen, that is not announced on a label.
It pronounced a problem was detected by a consumer who told Kraft on Friday. The association alerted a USDA a following day, according to a statement.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service pronounced it has not perceived reports of inauspicious reactions. A deputy for a group wasn’t immediately accessible for comment.
A deputy for Kraft Foods Group, Joyce Hodel, pronounced in an e-mail that a prohibited dogs were done in a plant in Columbia, Mo.
The products were done in early Mar and bear a series “Est. 537H” inside a USDA symbol of inspection. People with questions about a remember are being asked to hit Kraft’s consumer family dialect during (855) 688-4386.
The remember relates to:
• 16-ounce particular consumer packages of “Classic Wieners Made with Turkey Chicken, Pork Added,” with a “USE BY 16 Jun 2014” date and product formula “044700000632.”
• Cases of 16-ounce packages that were distributed to retailers of “Classic Cheese Dogs Made with Turkey Chicken, Pork Added, and Pasteurized Cheese Product,” with “USE BY 16 Jun 2014” date and box formula “00447000005300.”
Those cases might enclose packages that are mislabeled as “Classic Wieners,” according to Hodel.
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