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Thousands of pounds of pork products recalled in Washington & Oregon

The United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety Inspection Service issued a massive recall on Tuesday of raw, intact pork products from Olymel S.E.C/L.P. out of Alberta, Canada. (Photos: USDA)

The United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety Inspection Service issued a massive recall on Tuesday of 4,618 pounds of raw, intact pork products from Olymel S.E.C/L.P. out of Alberta, Canada.

The USDA said the products were imported from Canada and not presented for re-inspection upon enter into the U.S.

The raw intact pork products were produced on various dates from Jan. 22, 2018 through Feb. 5, 2018 and shipped to retail and restaurant locations in Washington, Oregon and also exported to a Department of Defense Commissary in Japan.

The following products are subject to recall:

  • 50-lb. cases containing “OLYMEL FRESH PORK BELLY SKINLESS” with case code of 0627F, a best before date of 02-19-2018 and Canada 270A.
  • 26-lb. cases containing “OLYMEL FRESH PORK BACK RIBS” with a case code of 2952F, a best before date of 02-21-2018 and 02-22-2018 and Canada 270A.
  • 74-lb. cases containing “OLYMEL FRESH PORK LEG” with a case code of 0112F, a best before date of 02-20-2018 and 02-21-2018 and Canada 270A.
  • 61-lb. cases containing “OLYMEL PORK SIRLOIN BONELESS” with a case code of 4328F, a best before date of 02-21-2018 and Canada 270A.
  • 61-lb. cases containing “OLYMEL FRESH PORK BELLY SKINLESS” with a case code of 0521F, a best before date of 01-29-2018 and 01-31-2018 and Canada 270A.
  • 30-lb. cases containing “WILLAMETTE VALLEY MEAT COMPANY PORK FEET WHOLE” with USDA EST. 21134 and pack date of 02/05/18.

Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. The products should either be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

So far, there have been no confirmed reports of illnesses due to consumption of these products.

Anyone concerned about a reaction should contact a healthcare provider.



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