Food Recalls: Pub Steak Pies, Cookie Dough and Salmon Filets

Food Recalls: Pub Steak Pies, Cookie Dough and Salmon Filets

Pub Steak Pies

Marie Callender has recalled approximately 12,000 pounds of frozen pub-style steak pies due to incorrect labeling. The packages, which actually contain chicken instead of beef, could pose an allergy issue due to its soy content.

The Pub Style Steak & Ale packages included in the recall have the number 46299 on the packaging and were sold at retail stores in several states, including Delaware, Colorado, Michigan, Maine, North Carolina, New York, Utah, Pennsylvania, Washington and Virginia.

If you have this product in your home, either throw it out or return it to the place of purchase.

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Cookie Dough

California New Foods has issued a voluntary recall after discovering some ingredients were missing on their cookie dough labels, namely peanuts and walnuts. Consumers who have a sensitivity or allergy are at risk for serious or life-threatening reactions.

The frozen and refrigerated products were sold at retailers in California. Though they are not currently in production or for sale, customers may have them in their homes. Seven flavors of Carolyn’s Cookie Co. frozen cookie dough and two flavors of Country Baking Company’s refrigerated cookie dough are listed on the recall notice.

Date codes to look for on frozen products include those between September 12, 2019, and March 29, 2020, while the refrigerated products have date codes between September 18, 2019, and September 25, 2019.

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If you have these products in your freezer or refrigerator, return them to the retailer for a refund.


Salmon Filets

Euphoria Fancy Food Inc., of Brooklyn, NY, has recalled its packages of Capitan K salmon due to potential Listeria contamination.

According to the recall notice, the contamination was discovered by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Market Food Inspectors.

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Listeria monocytogenes can cause serious and deadly infections in young children, sick or older people, and anyone with a weakened immune system. It can also cause miscarriages and stillbirths in pregnant women.

The recalled salmon is a product of Russia and was distributed nationwide in retail stores and sold online, with UPC code 607059000362 and a best-by date of 01/20/20.

So far no illnesses have been reported, however, if you have this salmon in your home, return it to the place of purchase.

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