A foodservice company recalls a limited number of its snack and lunch products to protect consumers from possible Lysteria cases.
Reichel Foods Inc., a healthy snack food company based in Minnesota, issued a voluntary recall for a variety of its products.
NACS released a report that said several of the company’s products have the potential to be contaminated with Lysteria Monocytogenes.
The foodservice company has recalled a limited amount of its Dippin’ Stix Sliced Apples & Caramel with Peanuts, Armour Active Packs Cheese Pizza Lunch Kits, Armour Active Packs Turkey & Cheese Wrap Lunch Kits and Armour Active Packs Ham & Cheese Wrap Lunch Kits.
Reichel Foods’ Website reports this was an isolated incident and the following products are the only ones affected by the recall:
- 2.75 oz. single serve trays of Dippin’ Stix Apples & Caramel with Peanuts. The affected case code dates are 09/01/12, 09/02/12, and 09/03/12. The affected single-serve tray code dates are USE BY 01SEP2012, USE BY 02SEP2012, and USE BY 03SEP2012.
- 5.6 oz. packages of Armour Active Packs Turkey & Cheese Wrap; Package Code 1026090112 or Case Code 27815-17994
- 5.6 oz. packages of Armour Active Packs Ham & Cheese Wrap; Package Code 1026090112 or Case Code 27815-17995
- 5.6 oz. packages of Armour Active Packs Cheese Pizza; Package Code 1026090112 or Case Code 27815-17996.
The problem was discovered through microbiological testing by Reichel Foods. No individuals have reported illness to date. The product was distributed to retail and convenience stores throughout the U.S. All companies affected have been contacted.