22K pounds of chicken sausages recalled over mislabeling


More than 20,000 pounds of chicken sausages has been pulled from supermarket racks because of mislabeling. Kayem Foods of Chelsea, Mass. announced that it is being reviewing around 22,182 pounds of 12-oz. vacuum-packed bundles of “al fresco Sweet Apple Chicken Sausage” The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service have asked the supermarket to review the product due to mislabeling. The meat is sold in pork casings, which is not labeled on the name, and can prompt an unfavorably susceptible response — also other dietary limitations. The organization’s items are sold on Staten Island, and at adjacent stores in New Jersey and Brooklyn.

 The code on the chicken sausage is “308 BW12 USE/FRZ BY FEB 7, 2016.” The foundation number “EST. P-7839” shows up inside the USDA sign of examination. The issue was found after the firm received complaints from shoppers that the labeled nutritional data for “al fresco Apple Maple Breakfast” hotdogs, is not matching with the packaged tem.