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Corinthian Foods Recall 5 Lb Bags of Uncooked Sweet Potato Crusted Alaska Nuggets 1 Oz. Due to Mislabeling

Last updated Feb. 29, 2020

Approved by: Krish Tangella MD, MBA, FCAP

Corinthian Trading, Inc./DBA Corinthian Foods is recalling 5 lb. retail bags of Uncooked Sweet Potato Crusted Alaska Pollack Nuggets 1 oz. with date code CF35319 due to mislabeling. The bag contains Chicken Nuggets instead of Fish Nuggets. The product is packaged in clear 5 lb. bags with a white label with black writing.


Company Announcement Date: February 08, 2020

FDA Publish Date: February 08, 2020

Product Type: Food & Beverages

Fish

Reason for Announcement: Mislabeling

Company Name: Corinthian Foods

Brand Name: Corinthian Foods

Product Description: Uncooked Sweet Potato Crusted Alaska Pollack Nugget

Corinthian Trading, Inc./DBA Corinthian Foods is recalling 5 lb. retail bags of Uncooked Sweet Potato Crusted Alaska Pollack Nuggets 1 oz. with date code CF35319 due to mislabeling. The bag contains Chicken Nuggets instead of Fish Nuggets. The product is packaged in clear 5 lb. bags with a white label with black writing.

Product was distributed in the state of Michigan, and may reach consumers through retail stores.

All allergens are properly declared, and no illness have been reported.

The problem was discovered when cases were opened to put out for retail sale, and the label on the retail package did not match the label and description of the master case. Subsequent investigation indicates the problem was caused during the packaging process. The incorrect labels were applied to the product causing the product to be mislabeled.


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First uploaded: Feb. 29, 2020
Last updated: Feb. 29, 2020