Jewel Brand Ravioli Recalled For Lack of Federal Inspection

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According to news sources, about 161,000 pounds of pasta has been recalled after it was discovered that they were produced during a shift when federal inspectors were not on-site even though it was during operating hours.

The company, D’Orazio Foods Inc, issued the voluntary recall after the Jewel brand frozen stuffed pasta products were produced at a time when no federal inspectors were on site, which is required. The recalled products are the sausage ravioli and the beef ravioli, both of which come in 25-ounce poly bags. The recalled pasta products have a Best By date of “12/01/11” through “12/01/12” and a number Est. 20146 that can be found inside the USDA mark of inspection.

Consumers with the recalled product should contact the company’s president at (856) 931-1900, ext. 117 for additional information or questions.

As a Los Angeles product liability lawyer, I’ve seen recalls of this kind in the past and know the severity of the hazards they entail. I hope this information can help raise awareness about this recalled product. If you or a loved one has been injured through the use of a defective product, speak with a personal injury attorney Los Angeles to learn about the legal options available to you. Please, continue to visit our blog for regular updates about unsafe and dangerous consumer products.