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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Enforcement Report - Week of June 27, 2012

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Event Detail

Event ID 62285
Product Type Food
Status Ongoing
Recalling Firm Camerican International
City Paramus
State NJ
Country US
Voluntary/Mandated Voluntary: Firm Initiated
Recall Initiation Date 2012-05-29
Initial Firm Notification of
Consignee or Public
Telephone
Distribution Pattern Nationwide

Product Detail

Product Description Code Info Classification Reason for Recall Product Quantity Recall Number
Northern Catch Fancy Whole Oysters Net Wt. 8 OZ (227g) Distributed by the Aldi Inc., Batavia, IL 60510 Product of Korea OBYL MY7 0427, OBYL MY7 0503, OBYL MY7 0507, OBYL MY7 0512, OBYL MY7 0515, OBYL MY7 0518, OBYL MY7 0519, OBYL MY7 0521, OBYL MY7 0524, OBYL MY39 0505, OBYL MY39 0506, OBYL MY39 0511, OBYL MY39 0513, OBYL SY7 0422, OBYL SY7 0429, OBYL SY7 0521, OBYL SY7 0524, OBYL SY7 0525, OBYL SY39 0510, OBYL SY39 0512, OBYL TY7 0426, OBYL TY7 0427, OBYL TY7 0501, OBYL TY7 0521 Class III Inspectional evidence and sample analyses as well as reports of food borne illness outbreaks due to norovirus have led FDA to believe that Korean molluscan shellfish and products containing KMS as ingredients are adulterated under Section 40(a)(4) in that they were prepared and held under insanitary conditions, whereby they may have become contaminated with filth or whereby they may have been rendered injurious to health namely from exposure to human fecal waste and contamination with norovirus. 95000 units F-1456-2012
Whole Oysters in Water under the following brand names: 1) Ralph's Whole Oysters in Water, Net Wt. 8 OZ (226 g) Distributed by Inter-American Products, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, Product of Korea; 2) Kroger Whole Oysters in Water Net Wt. 8 OZ (226g) Distributed by the Kroger Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 All lots and UPCs Class III Inspectional evidence and sample analyses as well as reports of food borne illness outbreaks due to norovirus have led FDA to believe that Korean molluscan shellfish and products containing KMS as ingredients are adulterated under Section 40(a)(4) in that they were prepared and held under insanitary conditions, whereby they may have become contaminated with filth or whereby they may have been rendered injurious to health namely from exposure to human fecal waste and contamination with norovirus. 1) 2709 units; 2) 17,715 units F-1455-2012
Smoked Oysters In cottonseed oil sold under the following brand names: 1) Fredmeyer Smoked Oysters In cottonseed oil Net Wt 3.75 oz (106 g) Distributed by Inter-American Products, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, Product of Korea; 2) Ralph's Smoked Oysters In Cottonseed Oil Distributed by Inter-American Products Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Product of Korea; 3) Kroger Smoked Oysters In cottonseed oil , Distributed by the Kroger Co., Cincinnati, OH 45202, Product of Korea All lots and UPCs Best by date 2013 Class III Inspectional evidence and sample analyses as well as reports of food borne illness outbreaks due to norovirus have led FDA to believe that Korean molluscan shellfish and products containing KMS as ingredients are adulterated under Section 40(a)(4) in that they were prepared and held under insanitary conditions, whereby they may have become contaminated with filth or whereby they may have been rendered injurious to health namely from exposure to human fecal waste and contamination with norovirus. 1) 4600 units; 2) 7112 units; 3) 63,884 units F-1454-2012
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