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SAMS Food Recalls Beef and Chicken

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Improper Labeling Prompts Food Recalls.

SAMS Food Group is recalling 13,300 pounds of beef and chicken based products due to the product labels being switched.

The company says its beef based products contain wheat gluten and soy protein, neither of which products are included in the chicken based products. The products are used to make bouillon.

The company determined the label mix up after receiving consumer complaints.
The Federal Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) and the company have not yet received any reports of illness related to these products. However, anyone concerned about allergic reactions should contact their medical doctor.

The products involved in the recall:

• 16-ounce white plastic jars of “DAS DUTCHMAN ESSENHAUS CHICKEN BASE, AMISH COUNTRY KITCHEN.” Each jar has the number “EST. P 18796″ inside the USDA mark of inspection. The top of each jar contains the package code “Best by 1/2008″ and one of the following identifying codes, “L06332 P06333 1200B,” “L06312 P06313 1100A,” “L06331B P06333 1100A,” “L06321 P06324 1100A,” “L06307 P06311 1100A,” “L06352A P06353 1100A or L06331A P06333 1100A.”

• 16-ounce white plastic jars of “DAS DUTCHMAN ESSENHAUS BEEF BASE, AMISH COUNTRY KITCHEN.” Each jar has the number “EST. 18796″ inside the USDA mark of inspection. The top of each jar contains the package code “Best by 1/2008″ and one of the following identifying codes, “L06310 P06312 1200B,” “L06319 P06321 1200B” or “L06310 P06321 1200B.”